“I’m known for building alterations & renovation in Gauteng.”
Hello, it’s Walter Pfombe here, from GHC.
Over the years, my company has earned a solid reputation for delivering quality building projects.
But, if I had a preference – I’d have to say my favourite work is home alteration and renovation.
Why? It’s the personal satisfaction you get from seeing what transforming someone home does for their family’s enjoyment of the property.
On that note, if you’re planning a renovation project – get in touch…
…it would be my pleasure to offer my advice.
Some ideas of the type of renovations projects that I do
Home improvement is a big topic.
It’s impossible to really say all the different projects that come under that umbrella.
But I’ve written a list below to help you understand my abilities in this area:
Renovation by room
- Living room
- Smart home
Renovation for comfort
- Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
- Room upgrades
- Plumbing and electrics improvements
- Basement waterproofing
Maintenance and repair alterations
- Replacement or new windows
- Masonry work on the foundation & chimney
- Repainting (internal and external)
- Hanging wallpaper
Renovation to make additional space
- Installing a recroom, home cinema, or home offices – even turning loft space into additional bedrooms
- Room add-ons
Home alterations for saving energy
- Improving energy efficiency
- Sustainable energy aga wood-burning stoves, solar electrification, wind and water turbines, geotherm pumps
Renovations for security and preparedness
- Fire protection & smoke detection systems & CCTV
- Security features like door entrances, fencing etc.
- Power generators for back-up in case of brown out/black out
Reasons why you should consider renovating your home…
Firstly, an enhanced living experience for you and family.
This is because with improved features, your home will be a better fit for your lifestyle –
Whether for working, resting or recreation.
Alterations also can be used for modernising older properties, bringing their utility and styling up to date.
This often adds value to your house and increases its market appeal for potential buyers, when you come to sell.
If done economically and strategically, a home renovation project can be quite a worthwhile long term investment. Offering good returns on a future sale.
An example building alteration project in Gauteng
We were recently called to visit a customer’s domestic residence in Gauteng province because their flat roof needed better weatherproofing.
Without a remedy, their home risked suffering deep integral damage from water seepage – which would be very costly to correct if given opportunity to set in.
Having examined the roof, I decided the best value-for-money solution was to install waterproofing membrane.
I sized up and quoted for the job and was awarded the agreement to proceed.
My team and I used state-of-the-art, polymer-bitumen waterproofing membranes from Copernit. The brand is well regarded for it’s durability and effectiveness (money well spent).
In only a matter of hours, my team successfully laid out membranes across the customer’s roof and sealed the job, using thermal insulating reflective coating.
Job done – complete, on-time, in budget and with long lasting benefits.
Another happy customer – and one Greatful Handyman Company.
Advantages of using my company to do your building alterations
Building alterations of any kind are by nature quite involved projects.
And often include collaboration from a number of contractors working together.
My GHC team have experience in handling projects independently,
As well as respectfully, and seamlessly, working together with other construction professionals onsite.
We are builders by trade. So all of our alteration works are performed observing core construction disciplines, principles and standards – so will not compromise the fabric of your property. Only improve it.
If you have a building renovation project in mind and would like me to share any advice (no obligation) with you, it would be my pleasure to serve you.
Please feel free to call me, Walter, today on: