Maintenance, refurbishments and renovations are essential parts of life cycle assessment of any construction.

Life Cycle Assessment consists of following aspects:

  • Design,
  • Construction,
  • Operation,
  • Maintenance,
  • Renovation,
  • Demolition.

In general, the bigger the maintenance/refurbishment phase is, the smaller renovations are. Good property manager will plan regular refurbishments and make sure that cyclical refurbishments happen rather than leaving it too late necessitating reconstruction. The general rule: “if it isn’t broken, don’t replace it, really is good sense.”

The main difference between renovation and refurbishment is:

Renovation implies replacement:

  • changes in structure,
  • the replacement of a defective item or area of your home,
  • conversions and/or extensions,

While refurbishment implies repair:

  • fixing the troubled area or item,
  • decorating,
  • generally speaking, to restore freshness of appearance or good condition of the house.

Fixing rather than replacing is a very sustainable way of addressing property maintenance. Our experienced team can assist you with an …of life cycle of service and most building elements as well as drawing up specification, preparing drawings, tenders and on site administration.

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A major accident is an issue that may happen to anyone at any time. In the majority of all cases it does not influence only that person’s life, but also life of those who are sharing it with him. Many people who have suffered a serious accident have to make a considerable change to their homes, which usually means either house alterations/extensions, or moving to a substantial house. Ringley can provide you guidance on contractors who are specialized in disability related restorations.

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