Summer is now in full swing. Though we will still have the occasional rainstorms, the spring showers are all wrapped up for the year, and the sunny warmth is here to stay. With the change in weather comes new opportunities for getting work done on your home. Check out our list of reasons below on why summer is the time for a home renovation project.
Enjoy the Outdoors
A kitchen remodeling project can breakup household routines making a daily schedule much more of a challenge. Eating out, especially if you all have to do it for every meal, can get very expensive very quickly. But when you can eat outside, it is much easier to get by. Consider grilling for the bigger meals and making sandwiches on the patio to save on money and get through meal times.
During the colder months, indoor construction projects carry ventilation hazards. The dust and occasionally toxic odors that come with these projects sit inside, causing issues that can lead to costly repairs later. During summer work, you can open up windows and doors to rid your home of the extra moisture, dust, and smells that will hold your project back.
With the warm weather comes the summer vacation. The kids will be out of school and done with sports or other school-based activities. Their free time means less of your time will need to be caught up planning their pickups and dropoffs. Instead, you can focus on the remodeling process while they are out with friends or at summer camps. Or consider scheduling your renovation to take place during a vacation so you can come back to a new look.
Summer also brings longer days and more sun. The extra natural light will enhance the chances for you to make the right choice of countertops or paint. The longer days will offer longer working hours so your project can get done more quickly.
Here at More For Less Remodeling, our construction and design experts are ready to help you transform your kitchen, bathroom, basement, or bedroom into the space you have always wanted. Give us a call today to set an appointment before our schedule fills up.