When it comes to a comprehensive reform of your house, we may be concerned about how long it will last. 

It is true that the time needed for a complete renovation is longer than a partial renovation, that is evident. But that does not mean that we should be alarmed prematurely.

The quality and experience of the professionals who are going to carry it out will be crucial in ensuring that the planned and agreed deadlines are guaranteed and respected. 

The fact that the results will be shown to us as the work progresses will give us the necessary confidence to feel more relaxed.

What is the average time for integral reform?

It is true that this will depend largely on various factors to be taken into account, but to give you an approximate and general idea, the complete renovation of a flat may take a period of time of about 4 months.

If there are no unforeseen events or unplanned changes, an apartment of 75 to 80 m2 needs a period of time for completion of about 10 weeks.

What time is used in the different phases of a comprehensive reform?

The approximate times detailed, according to the different items, can be these:

  • Demolition: between 1 and 2 weeks, all depends on the structure of the house.
  • Electricity: about 2 weeks.
  • Water supply: another 2 weeks.
  • Walls: if the painting is of the total of the housing will need 2 weeks for this task.
  • Tiling: 1 week will be needed for each W.C.
  • Floors: 1 week.
  • Windows: about 2 days.

What factors can slow down the time of integral reform?

It is true that there may be factors that can cause a slowdown in the planned times, and these are some examples:

  • Supply of materials.
  • Drying time.
  • Licensing.
  • Last minute changes.

In any case, it is not superfluous to say that good planning from the beginning can guarantee us the best results in terms of not delaying our integral reform. The more we improvise and leave it for later.

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