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‘Til Remodeling Do Us Part: Managing Kitchen Renovations as a Couple

It’s not uncommon for couples to have disagreements about certain things. But the true litmus test when it comes to determining the strength of your relationship comes in a surprising form: kitchen renovations. You’d think that a project that’s supposed to improve a home can have a positive effect on the people involved, but that’s not always the case.

An estimated 12 percent of couples have considered getting a divorce due to disputes over renovations, most notably of the kitchen-related kind. The good news is that there are ways to deal with the pressure of such an important project. Kitchen remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler offers the following stress-busting tips.

Take a Breather

Renovations take a lot of time and effort. They can also take their toll on your patience. If both you and your significant other have a short fuse, a kitchen renovation might make sparks fly—and not the romantic kind. When you feel an argument coming on, it’s important to remember that you can always take a step back, breathe a couple of deep breaths and fight against the issue at hand, not against each other.

Work with a Professional

A surefire way to minimize or even eliminate renovation-related stress is to call in a professional. Not a marriage therapist per se, but rather a kitchen remodeling professional that knows exactly how to execute your plans properly. Doing so will lift the weight off your (and your partner’s) shoulders.

Make the Best of It

While your home is being remodeled, why not take advantage of the situation by taking your partner out on a date? You both get to eat in peace (and on proper tables and chairs) and experience a new environment for a change. That’s a win-win situation!

Kitchen Renovations You’ll Love

If you’re after stress-free, inexpensive kitchen remodel projects, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler is the company to call. Contact us at (903) 253-0165 to schedule an appointment and let’s start a conversation.

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