Whether you’re an empty nester, facing retirement or just tired of a lot of unnecessary upkeep and hassle, moving to a smaller home is a great option for homeowners.
About John Martin
A Chartered Surveyor with 15 years experience in residential construction and project management. John is responsible for the financial management of all projects.
Entries by John Martin
When it comes to our homes, we often think we need ‘more’. However, making the best out of something we already have is often a more sensible and worthwhile approach.
Self-Build home renovation projects can be challenging to manage, especially Deep Retrofit’s.
Making the decision to renovate your home can be a daunting task. There are so many things to consider, from the scope of the project to your budget.
Construction projects are complex and require a great deal of planning, coordination, and communication. The importance of good project management in renovations should not be underestimated.
Do you want to improve your health, safety, and comfort in your homes? An investment in home retrofits could be just what you need!
At RENOVA we believe that ‘Form Follows Function’!. ‘Form Follows Function’ is a simple principle which means that the shape of a building should primarily be based upon its intended function or purpose.
When it comes to upgrading your home, the first thing that many people think of is budget. Whether you are looking at a small update or a full-on Deep Retrofit, it’s important to plan ahead and budget wisely so that you can ensure the project goes according to plan. In this blog post we will […]
According to a recent article by John Cradden on Independent.ie, ‘The Tricky Economics of Greening your Home‘, it is essential to prioritise insulation and ventilation as opposed to more ‘trendy’ technologies when carrying out energy-saving retrofit on your home…. This view is also shared by RENOVA, home-energy experts, who always place importance upon the fundamentals of insulation and […]
Owning an older home can bring with it certain challenges. Generally older homes are less energy efficient. With advances in technology, a newer built home is much more likely to be up-to-date on the latest insulation techniques.
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