Bedrock Condo Renovations in Calgary
Bedrock Construction is no stranger to condo renovations in Calgary. Since 1991, we have been managing small to large scale renovation projects for apartments, condominiums, and townhomes.
Condo renovations require careful considerations when it comes to city permits, the condo floor plan and condominium bylaws. Whether you are an owner or property manager, we have the understanding and experience to manage your next project.
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Can you Knock Down Walls in a Condo?
Usually, you need permission from the condo board to knock down walls in a condo renovation. Because most walls are considered structural, there is usually an engineer that is required to guide the wall removal process.
There are also lots of ways to open up space without moving walls.
Sometimes colour and reorganizing interior elements can completely change the feel of a space. We have also found that flooring and kitchen renovations can really help to give you the desire you are looking for without moving walls.
Bedrock Construction can help. We have dealt with many of the condo boards in the city of Calgary, and if you need help let us know.
How do I Increase the Value of My Condo?
There are a few things you can do to increase the value of your condo. You could update your decor, make some repairs or remodels, or even try to attract new tenants. No matter what you do, always be sure to keep your condo in good condition and well-maintained. That way, when it comes time to sell, you'll be able to get the best price possible.
Without question, the best way to increase the value of your condo is to do a condo renovation project. Condo renovation costs are typically in line with standard renovation costs, or less because the square footage is less. Condominium renovations have some project limitations, and you will definitely need to get permission from your condo board, but these are all things that Bedrock Construction can help with.
Condo renovation costs for your condo unit can be offset by the fact that condos are smaller. Even though you may pay about the same per square foot, you have less of them. Make your old condo look like a new condo with new kitchen cabinets, a new hood fan, high-quality materials and innovative designs. Remodeling condos is a great way to increase their value, and also increase your quality of life by feeling like you have a completely new space. The renovation process can be quicker than a home renovation, we can work on the estimated timeline with you and make sure that everything is as it needs to be.
Is it Worth it to Renovate a Condo?
Yes, it is worth it to renovate a condo. Typically when it comes to sale price most condos will fall into a range based on location, age and the sale price of other condos in the building. A renovation however can set your condo apart from other condos in the building, and also create additional value for your purchaser.
The other side of the coin is that if you are renovating for yourself you will have a new space to live in...and who doesn't like that.
Obviously, people always want to know if the effort and investment they put into their home will translate when it comes time to sell. As long as you don't price yourself out of the maximum that a particular building will go for you will definitely get value out of your renovation.
Can I Change the Ceiling Height?
No, the ceiling height is not something you can typically change in a condo renovation. There are other ceiling-related changes that you can do, however, like removing popcorn ceilings, changing the colour of the ceiling and adding additional light fixtures or ceiling fans.
Remember that in a condo there may be working hours that are different than if you were in a normal house. Keep in mind that other tenants are close by, and need to be considered. Our years of experience will help guide you through the process.
Can you Remodel a Condo Inside?
Yes, you absolutely can!! However, there are a number of additional steps that you need to be aware of when you set out to renovate your condo. Everyone is free to upgrade things inside the condo, so you can paint, update lighting, change the flooring and even get new cabinets.
What you need to pay attention to however is the condo board rules, and the process that they want you to follow when it comes to renovations. Usually, they have written guidelines for things like noise, access and garbage that you must follow or you could be facing a fine or stoppage of work.
Bedrock Construction has a lot of experience with condo renovations Calgary, and dealing with condo boards and helping people have a smooth, stress-free experience when renovating their condo.
There are things that typically cannot do during a condo renovation. You can't paint the outside of your door or the outside walls of your condo. You also can't move or re-move any walls on the inside of your condo. Usually, you are also fairly limited when it comes to your patio or balcony.