Facade reform of a single-family house

Renovating the facade of a house is a project whose budget is generally significant. However, this work is essential to preserve the aesthetics of your home as well as its good insulation. A well-maintained facade requires little renovation and will cost you much less to trim. Our experts will advise you and help you calculate the budget you will need to plan the renovation of your home’s facade.

Renovating the facade of your house: what are the advantages?

Reforming the facade of a house consists, depending on its condition, of repairing it, cleaning it and protecting the walls. The façade is constantly subjected to the aggressions of pollution, variations in climate, humidity and rain. Over time, it deteriorates, which can compromise the health of your home.

A renovation improves the aesthetics of a facade by removing the dirt that clutters it. It has the advantage of preserving the integrity of the walls and optimising the energy performance of a home by improving thermal and acoustic insulation and reducing outcrops and infiltrations of humidity.

The renovation of a facade is an important and costly project, but it has the advantage of guaranteeing the durability of this particularly exposed part of the house.

 

A facelift should be carried out on average every 10 to 15 years. On the other hand, if the law requires such work once a decade, this period is not systematically respected, because the walls are generally healthy and because this type of service is expensive for individuals, owners and tenants.

The preliminary diagnosis

Before undertaking the reform, it is imperative that our professionals carry out a diagnosis. They themselves are capable of identifying the weaknesses and needs of the façade, in order to provide the appropriate responses. In fact, they can recommend simple cleaning if the façade is in good condition, or even advise you not to reapply paint without first repairing water infiltration, etc..

The different stages in the renovation of the façade are as follows:

  • Cleaning the surface.
  • Repairing cracks and joints.
  • Treatment of the wall.
  • Finishing.
  • Lasting protection.
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Therefore, the diagnosis is used to define the real needs of your home’s façade before proceeding with the actual renovation. Some of the steps may not be necessary depending on the state of your facade.

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