Large home remodeling projects don’t necessarily need to be taken on all at once. It’s often wise to spread large projects over longer periods of time.
First order of business is to contact your contractor to set up an initial meeting. You’ll want to communicate your overall vision, budget and schedule. During your initial meeting, it's a great time to get a feel for how working together will most likely be throughout the duration of your project.
Creating your Project Schedule
When planning for your Home Remodel, you’ll want to consider what items need to be addressed and completed first for your convenience. If you’re wanting multiple bathrooms remodeled, you may want to stagger those so at least one bathroom is usable throughout your project.
Recouping your investment
Some home remodeling projects can offer an immediate return on investment. If you plan to replace your windows and remodel your bathroom, new energy efficient windows will begin saving you dollars right away and can contribute to your bathroom remodeling budget later in the process.
Think things through
If you’re dreaming big and have big plans for a certain area, think about how what you’re working on now, will impact your plans for the future. For example, if you’re planning a home addition, but know it will be a couple of years before breaking ground, you may want to get started on prepping that area by demoing any existing structures or relocating utilities in the way.
Big things come in small packages
Often, smaller and low cost improvements can make quite the difference. Painting, new fixtures and minor landscape improvements can do wonders for your homes curb appeal.
When planning for your Home Remodel, getting a head start on your preliminaries will help make your building process more enjoyable. Our team has over 30 years of Residential Building experience and wants to help you get the job done the right way. Call today to arrange your free phone or In-person Consultation!