Renovating your home without losing your mind

If you’re looking to make minor improvements or a complete overhaul, our guides will help you make your renovation ideas a reality.

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Australians are a house proud people, and love to renovate. Statistics from the Housing Industry Association (HIA) say the Australian renovation market represents $31.4 billion.

Undertaking a renovation project can be daunting, though. You have to decide how to budget, who to hire and which tasks to take on yourself. Whether you're renovating to turn a profit or just to beautify your home, it can be a stressful experience.

We can help take the stress out of renovation with tips, tools and guides to see your renovation project through from concept to completion.

Our renovation cost guides

Click on the relevant room to see our renovation cost guides for each part of the house.

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Renovation costs guide

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Everything you need to know from start to finish.

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Sticking to a budget

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Getting through your renovation without breaking the bank.

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Organise your renovation

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Managing your time to keep your renovation on track.

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Should I DIY?

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The jobs you can do yourself versus the ones you’ll need help for.

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Turning a profit

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Making money on your renovation project.

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Financing your renovation

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Refinancing to free up funds for your improvements.

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