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  • Old buildings are historical characters, admitting their archaic appearance, the stories they tell are priceless. Architectural evolution and landmarks are well pitched by old buildings. Worthy of note is that the materials used in building old structures are durable but outdated. A reason is the cost of building a property back then was quite cheaper with assured quality before inflation hits the currency market. Homes built with muds served as insulators shielding her occupant from harsh weather conditions, provides shelter when the weather is cold and cool when it is hot outside. Well, materials used in the construction of aged edifice could have reduced efficiency. An example is a rust roofing zinc prone to leaking. Other materials could be unsafe, considering a friable asbestos ceiling with its particles being inhaled, could cause some chronic respiratory diseases like Asbestosis. While vintage homes are precious, upgrading the building’s function should be a concern. Following current trending might not be a bad idea after all.

    PAINTING: Painting is the easiest form of update. It is used to protect all sorts of buildings and structures from the effects of water and sun. Wooden buildings such as houses are usually painted because a coat of paint prevents water seeping into the wood and making it rot. The paint also helps to prevent the wood from drying out in the hot sun.

    As a building gets older, fading wall paint is the first evidence. Exterior wall paint leaves a lasting impression on passerby and visitors alike. Buildings are tagged old when there wall paints are fading. Apart from fading, another telltale sign a building might need some paints is water stains and fungal growth such as mold, it could pose a health hazard when inhaled as well. Most old houses usually have a challenge with clogged pipes leading to leakage on a long run. Source of leakage should be identified first, then scraping off mold growth. Painting should be done afterwards to avoid further mold wroth.

    RENOVATION: Renovation of a building means to resurrect that structure from a state of disrepair. This is to say that dilapidated buildings or poorly maintained houses are sometimes considered to be in a state of disrepair. Renovation means “restore to a good state of repair” Renovations can be subtle, improving on the existing building ambience. Or, they can be drastic or intense, much like a remodel. Renovation often refers to “restoring” or “repairing” an existing structure.

    REMODELING: Remodeling is sometimes referred to as renovation but it involves a notable change that includes moving the walls. The processes involved in remodeling is a complete configuration of a building. A fresh feel and total new look of an old building can only be achieved by remodeling. The structure and style of the building has to be entirely transformed. This is on a high side when it comes to follow the trend of a modern design you caught a glimpse of and want same for your home.

     

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