With all your plans and budgets in place and the required permits secured, it may just be a matter of days before home remodeling work begins. Major renovations typically call for a home’s occupants to move out for the duration of a project, but other options may be available to you. Deciding on which course of action to take will depend on how much of a disruption you can deal with.
A kitchen makeover isn’t too hard to put up with, although you will need to set up a temporary kitchen in another space in your home, such as a basement or garage. Designate zones in this space for cooking and cleaning up to create structure and make things easier on your family.
Compared with a bathroom renovation, sanding and refinishing your floors or laying new carpet or tile may appear to be a pretty simple thing to do, but know that such a project will require that everything on that floor be moved out and stored elsewhere over the course of the work. You may want to relocate while floors are being done.
A Temporary Move
If the project scale is large, such as a whole home remodel, consider moving in with family temporarily or book a few weeks at an extended stay hotel.
As a trusted and experienced team of interior remodeling, bathroom and kitchen contractors, our professional remodelers can help make your projects as hassle-free as possible for you and your neighbors. With respect as a part of our Code of Values, we will make sure that your project goes smoothly. Find a DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen location near you!