Home Renovations



If you’ve just bought a property or it’s time to hit the refresh button, let the choice home renovation company in Melbourne work with you on internal or external home renovations to transform it the way you need. From a new bathroom or adding an additional one to a full makeover including flooring, painting, and window furnishings, Cornerstone Property Group delivers impeccable home renovation services. We can also work to enhance the layout of your home to move, add or subtract walls to improve functionality and efficiency or even add some custom cabinetry solutions to maximise storage.

Future-proof your home with Cornerstone Property Group to suit your family’s needs for years to come.

Benefits of Using Cornerstone Property Group

  • Fully project managed solution
  • Fast project turnaround times
  • Interior Designer
  • Experienced tradesmen

For flawless home renovations Melbourne property owners rely on, call Cornerstone Property Group today!


How much does a full renovation cost?

The biggest cost in your renovation will be the kitchen & bathroom.  Refer to the kitchen renovation and bathroom renovation FAQs for our detailed price guides on these areas.

A complete home renovation can be a costly and therefore long-term project. Consider if you were to renovate your kitchen and bathroom together, it’s a minimum of $50,000. Prioritisation may need to take place to fit your budget such as focusing on a particular room or element at a time.

Common elements for a full home renovation include: (Price indications are based on an average 3 bedroom, 1 living room home.)

  • Flooring – Carpet, sanding and polishing existing and Hybrid (floating). Prices vary with carpet being the cheapest and Hybrid being the most expensive. Carpet will be around $2,500 – $4,000 depending on quality. Sanding and polishing will be approximately $2,700 – $4,000 depending on the condition of the floor and finish.  Hybrids and floating floors will be approx. $4,500 – $7,000.
  • Painting (internal). Depending on the finish required, number of colours and condition of the existing property painting can vary a lot.  Most of the labour with painting is not in the actual painting it is in the preparation of the surfaces! The actual painting is very quick, however sanding, filling, gapping and making rough surfaces look nice takes time.  Expect to pay between $10,000 -$15,000 for a professional job.
  • Window furnishings/Blinds. There are many options to choose, from sheer curtains to single and double roller blinds to shutters. This all depends on budget and style. For standard block out roller blinds (most common) you would be paying approx. $2,500 – $3,500.
  • Heating & Cooling. Most commonly are split systems or heat pumps (language varies). These are refrigerated systems that both heat and cool and are a very popular economical choice.  There is a control unit that mounts inside the house and a condenser that mounts on the exterior (usually a wall or roof out of the way).  For the most economical price the inside and outside unit are mounted back-to-back and prices start from approximately $2,900 for an LG 3.5kw or approx. $3,300 for a Daikin 3.5kw.  For more complex installs that can’t be achieved back-to-back costs vary.
  • Laundry. Very similar to a kitchen, the layout (size of cabinetry) and finishes can vary the price a lot.  A very common and economical renovation is to have a tall cabinet for storage, bench with sink and cabinets with washer and dryer under the bench, finished with overhead cupboards and a tiled splashback.  Expect to pay a starting price of $10,000 (no changes to flooring or painting) anywhere up to $25,000 for a bigger or more complex space.

Home renovation FAQ’s

How long will the works take?
Once all materials are selected and confirmed as being in stock, from start to finish we can have works completed in 6-8 weeks.  This time frame is based on a full internal renovation with all our offered elements.  From acceptance of our proposal to commencement of works there is approx. 2-3 weeks worth of work to be done with our Interior Designer, selecting and procuring all of the materials and items.  From acceptance to commencement of works a minimum of 3 weeks would be required (depending on our lead times as well).

Can I live in my home whilst the works are done?
Unfortunately not.  We will need full unrestricted access to the property
Refer to our above Kitchen & Bathroom FAQ’s for more information.