When you're renovating or remodelling, having a Feng Shui Consultation of your proposed floor plans (BEFORE you lodge your Building or Development Application) is a wonderful opportunity.
Ultimately, when you're at this stage of a Renovation you have the opportunity to learn about some of the deeper secrets to your building - before you go ahead - which is much better than after you go ahead... trust me!
Sometimes Renovating with Feng Shui can be quite sensitive especially if there is a history of bad luck in a building - so finding out about that bad luck and why it occured from a Feng Shui point of view can be a great opportunity to correct it and change it forever.
From a Feng Shui perspective, there's never smoke without fire. If something has gone wrong in the past there is always a reason. It is even better to locate this reason and establish a way to avoid it - before it happens.
A renovation assessment is about looking into the unseen influences of your building. For instance, when you renovate will you be renovating into good unseen energies (increasing this good luck) or might you be renovating into your bad unseen energies... increasing bad luck?
Is there a better way to get what you want - without the negativity?
Every building has both good energy and bad energy... can the bad energies be avoided completely? (Sometimes this is possible) How can you do your renovation, still get what you want and create good Feng Shui? This is what you can find out...when you know the unseen energies...
Feng Shui renovation means that the more sophisticated interpretations of Feng Shui have to be used, meaning the Flying Stars Method. By using these more advanced methods you can establish the status quo and address it - before you renovate... (WOW!!)
Notes: Other Consultations that compliment renovations, re-models and home improvements (if you dont want to have a Feng Shui Consultation) is the Yearly Stars Feng Shui Consultation. The Yearly Stars will at least tell you where the good and bad energies are for the year and this might be really handy advice.