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Ultimate Goal

Ultimate Goal

Most of us have a long list of areas in our home we want to renovate or extend upon. The list centres around our current needs, our predictions for the future, and budget.

As our family grows, the way we live changes. Most people need to change aspects of their home to suit their need as life unfolds.

Often it makes sense to break up the renovation or extension works in to “Mini-Projects”. Thus, the work on your home, and your expenditure, will be progressive.

Having a professional builder manage this process is incredibly important. As, what you do to your home now, is likely to affect what can be done (or avoid being redone!) in the future.

At Go2 Homes we can provide you with helpful advice, concept ideas, stage-by-stage building plans and building guidance so you have the “Ultimate Goal” on paper and, more importantly, avoid costly changes down the road.

A cohesive plan allows you to complete the current priority areas of your home, with your future in mind, saving you money and hassle in the process.

Karrinyup Residence Example
Go2 Homes was engaged to update a tired and dilapidated 1970’s three-bedroom/one-bathroom home on the perfect street for a family of four (husband, wife and two kids under three). A site-consult and design brief established a plan for their ‘Ultimate Goal’, a four-bedroom, two-bathroom modern home whilst retaining the beachy/retro vibe.

What the family needed first was to renovate their wet-areas, and to extend plus connect their living area to the backyard so they could see the children play. What they need in the future is a fourth bedroom and ensuite. The future placement of the fourth bedroom and ensuite has been mapped out, so us not to interfere with any current building works. It also avoids the temptation to spend unnecessary funds on landscaping in an area where the extension is planned.

Pictures show the renovation process of the bathroom, kitchen and family/living areas. The Fourth bedroom will be added within two years, as the family grows, and once additional funds have been saved.

Materials include:
• hard wearing stainless steel benchtops in the kitchen
• stunning marine ply cabinetry as a warm and hard-wearing feature to match the style and age of the home
• neutral and easy to clean large format floor tiles
• commercial shop front window frames in the family room to match the dimensions and style of the existing timber window frames
• Blum soft close drawer runners in wet areas for ease and functionality.

The result is a light filled, modern home with a refined 1970’s beach vibe. The dark and dated ‘popcorn’ ceiling was replaced with natural white painted gyprock. Two walls of the family area were removed and replaced with walls of windows, topped with hopper windows to allow the air to flow through the home. In-order-to support the new glass walls, structural steel was installed and concealed in a feature bulkhead. The kitchen features a multitude of timeless white laminate drawers. These are hard wearing and ergonomic, and provide ample storage. The large kitchen breakfast-bar overlooks the family area from which the parents can look out at the children in the yard and pool.

‘We are beyond pleased with the first round of renovation and extension that has been completed on our home. It was a dark and closed off house, and terrible for young kids or entertaining. We really wanted to keep the 1970’s mid-century aesthetic, which Go2Homes did fantastically. Now it has modern fittings and has been opened-up to the gorgeous outdoor surrounds. It is a joy to live in, and honestly feels like a holiday all round. We are really looking forward to working with Go2 Homes again in a couple of years-time, to add our master bedroom and ensuite. Then, our home will be complete.’

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