Have you spent all Winter hemming and hawing over ways to improve your home? If you have, you certainly aren’t alone. The cold Winter weather keeps us indoors where we can constantly inspect the interior of our homes. We find all of the imperfections, and are reminded daily of any existing inefficiencies. Now that the weather is beginning to get warmer, now is the perfect time to get your home remodeling project crossed off the list. Here’s why:
If you recently received a nice tax return check, you probably know how quickly it can disappear on random unplanned expenses. Instead, why not direct that chunk of money to a project you can enjoy for years to come? No more wondering where all that money went.
Summer is the most popular time for buying a home. So if you are preparing to sell your home soon, a Spring remodel is a must. You’ll increase the potential selling price of your home, and be ahead of the game when it’s time to list.
Fewer days of ice and snow translates to a project that can stay on a timeline. With less wait time for the crew and materials in transit, you’ll also save money. A project that would have stretched out for several months during the late Fall and Winter will go much quicker as temperatures heat up.
If you plan your home remodel during the Spring months, it will get on the books sooner. Inevitably, contractors fill up pretty quickly in summer. Therefore, it’s a good idea to get ahead of the game for a timely start date.
Do you have a trip planned during the next month or so? Planning your remodel during your Spring vacation not only keeps you away from the dust and noise, but it also serves as an added layer of security while you’re away. With our online client portal, you will get daily updates on the project, and you’ll know that someone is checking up on your home while you’re gone.
If you are thinking about getting your Spring remodeling project off the ground, we’d love to offer a free consultation. Contact us today to get it started!
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