Example of restoration
Example of restoration


Renovation projects are those aimed at transforming buildings through a systematic set of works that can lead to a building organization that is totally or partially different from the previous one. These interventions include the restoration or replacement of some constituent elements of the building, the elimination, modification and insertion of new elements and systems.

Building renovation interventions include different types of works that aim to improve and modernize living spaces. These are interventions that can affect both interiors and exteriors, in order to modify the structure or simply give a more modern version to the environments.

Among the most common construction interventions for renovation we find:

  • modernization of the facades, with painting of the external surfaces;
  • complete renovation of the flooring;
  • installation of windows and doors in a modern design;
  • assembly of electrical and plumbing systems, with the insertion or replacement of obsolete systems;
  • creation or demolition of internal environments;

These are just some of the many operations to be carried out during a building intervention on the renovation. The aims are mainly two: on the one hand to expand/or resize the living areas both in the internal spaces and in the external partitions of the building; on the other, to ensure high levels of energy efficiency, through the installation of devices such as solar panels or condensing boilers with very low polluting emissions.

Among the main advantages generated by building renovation interventions there are certainly the increase in the value of the property, maximizing internal comfort with the aim of allowing a lower production of air waste and energy consumption.

It is also possible to carry out architectural restoration interventions which are those aimed at the recovery, conservation and enhancement of buildings with a particular historical, architectural and environmental value and for these works materials and technologies other than those used for the construction of the building are also permitted. building, provided they do not conflict with the overall character of the latter.