Say you want to remodel your kitchen, bathroom, or another area of your home. The problem is that you live in a high-rise condominium in the middle of a densely populated urban area.
Can you still hire a private contractor like TGS Construction to make the updates you want? Of course, you can! It just gets a little more complicated, but it’s really not that big of a deal.
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The biggest difference between working in a freestanding home and working in a high-rise condominium or apartment is access. When you own a house, it’s much easier for contractors to gain access to the kitchen, bathroom, or other areas you want updated.
With condos, however, there are other people to consider. Specifically, your neighbors and the condo association. Typically, any updates to condo or apartment need to have the approval of the building owner or — if it is a resident-owned building — the condo association.
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What the building management wants to ensure is that the construction isn’t going to be disruptive to other residents. That may mean construction workers can only access your unit during specific times of day, such as midday on work days.
Building management also usually wants guarantees that construction workers are going to use only service elevators, aren’t going to block or disrupt public areas of the building, and are going to clean up after themselves.
At TGS Construction, we are experienced in working with apartment building owners, management companies, and condominium associations. We can provide all the assurances they need that the work will be done professionally, expeditiously, and with minimal disruption to the peace and quiet of the building.
If you live in a condominium or apartment, you can still get the renovations you want. It just takes a little extra TLC.