A complete stair and entrance overhaul in this Kiwi Dream renovation.
Episode 4 continues with the flooring project where we left off in episode 3. After Evie ignores advice from Refresh project manager and tries to cut corners using a dodgey trademen, Refresh steps in to save the day by ripping the whole flooring job up and starting again.
Week 3 of the Kiwi Dream with Refresh Renovations and we start by tackling the main living room. The boys soon uncover water damage resulting in a trench having to be dug around the outside of the house to treat the problem.
What an amazing transformation, what started as an almost unusable space now doubles as a media room come guest bedroom. And just look at what Evie and Pascal have achieved outside… That's sure to provide many hours of enjoyment this summer.
Episode 1 tackles the master bedroom and the landscaping. However, the team is faced with challenges along the way when they find out that the floor boards have rotted, the old clay pipes throughout the property are blocked and need replacing and complaints to council force the landscaping part of the project to be halted.
When it came to reviving an aging bungalow, its owners wanted to remain architecturally faithful to a bygone era while also incorporating the modern clean lines and ambience of a luxury resort.
This 100 year plus villa was transplanted to where it now enjoys both sea and bush views at the back of the house.
When we first met with Donna, she told us that she had waited 20 years for this renovation.
On the top of Sharlene's to-do-list was to renovate the tired old bathroom and kitchen as well as add an en-suite…
Commercial space renovation in Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand
Frank and partner contacted Refresh as they wanted to create a home to settle down and raise children in.
A well thought through renovation turned a dark apartment into a light and open space.
Major excavation and design work created a wide-open living area that is flooded with sunlight.
A top to toe paint job breathes new life into a magnificent Paremoremo country ranch, constructed from kauri in the 1970s.
Instead of using dormer windows to utilise an attic cavity, this clever Clevedon renovation maximised the available space by lifting the roof and creating a second storey.