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Building & Renovating

A Step-by-Step Home Construction Guide for Pinoy Homeowners

Interior designer Aislinn Kee shares the 7 things that you can do for a successful building or renovation process

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Photography: Marc Jao Architect: Ireneo P. Roque

What is the difference between building and renovating? If you are building your house, it means that you are constructing your house from the ground up on an empty lot. On the other hand, renovating means that you are changing the home that you already have. Whether you are building or renovating, you should be prepared to make plans, spend money, and devote a considerable amount of your time.

If you don't know where to begin or what to expect, follow our seven practical tips for a hassle-free home construction or renovation:

Ready for your own makeover? Click here to get in touch with interior designer Aislinn Kee.

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