It’s common for homeowners to plan on remodeling their kitchens and bathrooms as well as a few more other rooms – but not all at the same time. Thinking that they’ll get to each room as their budget allows, they tend to shelve the renovation of the second and third rooms.
However, according to remodeling and new addition contractors, you’ll be able to save significant money if all your remodeling is done at the same time. Continue reading to learn more about the advantages of a whole-home remodel.
If you decide to remodel one room at a time, your contractor will have to apply for city permits one project at a time. Furthermore, the preparations needed prior to each remodel – covering floors to protect them, setting up a trash bin for construction waste and cleaning up after the completion of the work – will all be repeated every time a room is going to be renovated. Whereas if all the rooms needing updates are fixed up at the same time, the entire process can be streamlined. You and your contractor won’t have to make the same preparations over and over again.
Easier to Maintain Consistency in All Interior Spaces
Designers and home remodeling contractors will do a better job of ensuring design consistency and harmony throughout your entire home. You can rest assured that the colors, styles and textures of the rooms flow from one to the other in a seamless manner.
Remodeling projects can cause disruptions to your family’s daily routine. By renovating multiple rooms at once, you can shorten the time needed to complete the entire project and reduce the disruption to your everyday life.
If you’re looking for a kitchen remodeling expert and more, Design Build Remodeling Group of Maryland is one of the best contractors in the area. We specialize in whole-home renovations and additions. You can rest assured that our team is experienced and equipped in handling large-scale residential remodels.
Call us at (443) 300-2268, or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation. We serve customers in Washington, DC, and the surrounding areas.