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House Remodeling

If you’re considering an upcoming house remodeling project, it’s likely that you already have an idea of the result you want. You may also find yourself bogged down in some of the details involved with house remodeling that you didn’t quite expect. Here are four common house remodeling mistakes that you’ll want to avoid:

1.  Under Budgeting – Even if you have a pretty good idea of what you’d like to spend on your house remodeling project, there is always a good chance that you’ll run into something unexpected. Making sure to have more in savings than you anticipate having to spend will give you peace of mind as things begin to take shape.

2.  Going Cheap – If you’ve been getting quotes from contractors to determine what you can have done at a reasonable price, you may want to think twice about taking the cheapest price point. Not only might the quality of the materials suffer, but you could also be dealing with a house remodeling project that doesn’t last for the long term.

3.  Too Few Materials – One thing you’ll need to make sure of is that you have enough materials to do the job . . . and then some. For example, ordering extra flooring is always a must just in case you cut one board too short, one of the boards is damaged during construction, or you decide you want to use the same type of flooring elsewhere in your home. The same rule of thumb applies for tile, paint, and other materials.

4.  Too Many Trends – There are lots of popular trends with house remodeling today, but it’s important to remember that trends usually rise and fall. Depending on whether you are planning to sell your home or live in it for several years, you may want to choose your trendy items wisely for the best investment over the long term.

At Installations Unlimited, we can help you avoid these mishaps with your house remodeling project, whether you are doing one room or your whole home. Contact us today to discuss your vision for your home!