Renovating 2017-08-04T14:17:56+00:00
Construction worker looking at plans during renovations


Renovation of a property can make it a beautiful property, can make it habitable, and can increase its value significantly. Incorrect planning of the renovation, whether by economic planning or by architectural design, will cost a lot of money, and may even lead to significant loss as a result of the renovation.

Advance planning, proper selection of an architect and a contractor, working with proper specifications, and constant monitoring of the renovation will help maximize the value of the property and make the most out of the renovation.

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What our clients are saying

Be’eri’s involvement has saved us about 35,000 NIS (about 25% of renovation costs), and prevented mistakes that we can’t even price.
Amittai, Heifa

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