Wooster - Blog

General Interior Remodeling FAQs

At DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Ohio, a big part of our job as a full-service interior remodeling contractor is fielding questions from customers and would-be clients. Here are some of the most common questions we hear:

Q:    What is the remodeling process like?

A:    DreamMaker takes a distinctive, full-service approach to remodeling that streamlines the process from initial consultation to project completion. This allows us to take accountability for, and maintain strict quality control of, all aspects of your project. You can learn more about our process here!

Q:    When is the best time to schedule my remodel?

A:    As a general rule, we can carry out your remodel any time of the year. Interior remodeling projects aren’t usually dependent on weather, with the exception of severe weather events and any work that can affect the home’s exterior.

Q:    How long will the work take?

A:    Project lengths vary depending on the scope of work. We will be able to give you a realistic timeline during your consultation. Approximate start and completion dates will be outlined in your contract.

Q:    Can I stay in my house while it’s being remodeled?

A:    In most cases, yes. We always provide advance warning of any interruptions to utilities and stages that involve dusty or noisy work. We also take care to section off the work zone from the rest of the house. Rest assured that we’ll do our best to complete your project with as little disruption to your life as possible.

Talk to a DreamMaker Design Expert

Whether you’re planning a kitchen remodel, a master bath renovation or an aging-in-place upgrade, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Central Ohio can help turn your dreams into reality. If you’ve got more remodeling questions, you’re welcome to get in touch with us. It’s quick, easy and free!

Start a conversation with a DreamMaker design expert at (801) 203-3307 or schedule a visit to our design center through our contact form.

Recent Posts
Why Homeowners Should Avoid Pinterest House Syndrome

Pinterest is a valuable home design resource when used properly. Some homeowners peruse Pinterest during their renovation and then suddenly change their plans. They now want to follow the latest and most talked-about trends on Pinterest without thinking about the big picture. Today, we’ll talk about “Pinterest House syndrome” and[...]

Read More

Clearing Up Common Misconceptions About Bidets

Bidets often get a bad rap because most people aren’t used to them. Today, we will tackle some of the most common misconceptions about this bathroom fixture. Bidets Are Messy & Unhygienic Bidets are not messy and they certainly aren’t like water guns that blast you with high pressure. The[...]

Read More

Design Your Space With the Help of Our Experts.