Once you’ve researched the materials and have a good idea of your budget, it’s time to call a professional. Your home is probably one of your biggest investments. You need to trust your contractor to keep your project in budget, on schedule and up to your expectations.
When the real work begins, you may have to make some adjustments to your home life. Here are some key considerations:
- Will your pets be secure with people going in and out of your home or backyard? You might want to think about asking a friend to keep your pets or boarding them until the job is finished.
- If you work from home, will you be able to concentrate with all the noise and commotion? What about your kids? Will they be able to do homework?
- How will you keep your kids and pets away from the power tools or harmful chemicals?
- What about your furniture and valuable artwork? It might be a good idea to remove artwork from the wall while construction is occurring.
- Do you have any major family events coming up that you may want to schedule around?
- If you’re remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, what other facilities are available to you while the work is being done? What happens if the job takes longer than expected.
When you plan for contingencies, you aren’t thrown into a tailspin when something does happen that makes your project a little more difficult.
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