3 Questions To Consider When Planning A Whole-House Remodel
A whole-house remodel can be an incredibly exciting yet daunting project. There are so many decisions to make — from hiring to functionality to design — that you may feel overwhelmed by the magnitude of what’s ahead.
However, it’s completely possible to remodel your home with ease and joy. All it takes is a little preparation.
In this three-part series, we uncover the tips and tricks to help you remodel your entire home, from planning to preparation to the mistakes you’ll want to avoid.
- Consider How Your Family Will Change.
With such a big investment, you want to feel the payoff for years to come. The best way to do that is to consider what you’ll need 5, 10 or 25 years down the line, and keep those considerations in your mind as you plan. Will your kids need their own space as they grow? Will a parent be moving in? Will you need to transition to the bottom floor?
- Expect A Second Phase.
There are always going to be those things that you put in the “next time” pile. You can’t fit everything into a remodel, and it’s stressful to try. Instead, plan on a second phase. Schedule it, save for it, and delegate certain tasks to the second phase, so you don’t have to compromise on your dream.
- Consult Your Contractor.
Always consult your contractor. You can only prepare for that which you expect. If you don’t know what to expect, then you can’t prepare. This is why your contractor should be your most valuable resource.
Now that you’ve got the dream, call Randal G. Winter Construction Inc. at 661-799-8089 to make it a reality.
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Santa Clarita construction company Randal G. Winter Construction strives to provide high-quality workmanship using skilled trades-people, up-to-date technology, and superior products. Our company takes into account the customer’s needs, timelines and designs, integrating those elements with our experience and knowledge of construction. Our goal is to build a finished product of which both our company and our clients are proud. We’ve been family owned and operated for over 35 years, and we take great care to treat your house with the respect it deserves.