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Renovation Calculator

Renovation Calculator

How it works

If you're budgeting for a home renovation the Houseace calculator is best place to start. Get an instant estimate or try our quick quotes

1. Add Postcode

2. Add Projects

3. Adjust Area/Size

4. Instant Calculation

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If you’ve just moved into a new apartment and are new to the whole rental game, you could be a little confused when it comes to whose fixing the repairs – you or the landlord. While it may be a natural response to contact your landlord whenever any problem arises, they’re not responsible for everything. 


The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the home. And, if it’s combined with a dining area, your kitchen diner is likely to be the centre of daily life. So, if you’re planning a kitchen renovation, you will have to prepare for some disruptions to normal life. Here we’ll answer the question, “How long does it take to renovate a kitchen?” and provide a detailed kitchen renovation timeline. 


The government has released details of its new HomeBuilder scheme offering tax-free grants of $25,000 towards your new build or renovation costs. The scheme is already proving popular with newspapers reporting more than 8,000 applications and 130,000 visits to the HomeBuilder website in the first week after the announcement. 


Bathroom Renovation

Exterior Painting

Floor Sanding

House Extension

Custom Project

General Building






Interior Painting


Kitchen Renovation

Laundry Renovation

Plumbing and Gasfitting

Toilet Renovation

Want to embed the houseace calculator in your website?

Here's how to do it

  1. Include the following code to link the calculator styles in your project:
                      <link rel="stylesheet" href="" type="text/css" media="screen" />

  2. Inculde the following script tag to link the calculator code in your project:
                  <script src=""></script>

  3. Write down the following JavaScript code to initialize the calculator instance (make sure you have included the above script file):
                  window.onload = function()
                    var RenovationCalculator = window.RenovationCalculator.default;
                    // Assuming "renovation-calculator" is the ID of an element in your HTML
                    var instance = new RenovationCalculator("#renovation-calculator");
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