House Extension Case StudiesView all types of renovations
House extension projects are one of the largest – and most life-changing – renovations you can do. But when you work with Refresh, our experienced team makes the whole process as hassle-free as possible. Take a look at our case studies showing some real-life transformations.
Work in progress: A home renovation story - Part Three
At first unsure if they wanted to sell or renovate, Tony and Harriet Iro decided to embark on a complete makeover of their old home. After a renovation with significant changes to the floor plan and two extensions, the Iro house is now a modern family haven.
Subdividing, renovating and extending a property: Part Two
Although Tim and Kristy’s former home had ‘good bones’ and a classic 70s design, it was badly in need of love. The renovation process started when they moved the house 40m back from its original position. Now, they are thrilled with the results.
Subdividing, renovating and extending a property: Part One
This complex project entailed sub-dividing a section, renovating an existing house and building a new family home. Renovation specialist Tim Walters undertakes this project on his family property in Orewa, north of Auckland.
Inside a 1920s home renovation with Refresh
Feedback is important, from concept to completion. We take a look at Wellington homeowners Sandy Natha and Eamonn Wilkie’s process to the completion of their home, with help from Refresh Renovations specialists Lia Boersma and Charmaine Davis. We spoke to Sandy and Eamonn about their renovation experience with Refresh Renovations.
A home renovation that was made for entertaining
Often the decision to stay in a home and renovate can be hard to conceive, especially when you have been living there for a long time, but once Sara and Harley Aish sat down with the Refresh Renovations Consultant, the vision for extending their home became clearer.
A 1955 bungalow renovation in New Zealand
When the Refresh team handed over their latest project, it was almost too much for the homeowner Lynne Curran.
A home excavation in New Zealand - Stage 2
After seeing the initial excavation process, the second stage of the transformation of Neil and Yvette Basson’s home is now complete, rendering what was a tired 80m2 1970s weatherboard home unrecognisable.
Adding a kitchen scullery for extra storage
Bread makers in lounge cupboards and other such inconveniences were the impetus behind the interior makeover of a home in Auckland’s Waitakere ranges.