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How to Prepare for a Landfall NC Remodel Part 2

Updated: Apr 13, 2023

Helpful Steps To Take Before Renovating Your Home

Knowing where exactly to begin and what you should do to prepare your home for renovation is half the battle. While there is no magic formula for a stress-free home renovation, there are a few things you can do to make the whole process go more smoothly. This is just part 2, if you want to see part 1, check that out here!

Let Your Neighbors Know

One very simple tip that is often forgotten is to inform your neighbors about the upcoming renovation. It might seem like something you do not need to do. But if you wish to have a good relationship with your neighbors – it is a must. Some home renovations take days and even months, so it is better to inform them. Make sure to tell them beforehand, and let them know what you will be doing and for how long.

You may also want to apologize in advance for the noise the renovation might make. Some work that needs to be done can be pretty loud. For example, if you are renovating your bathroom, it will involve installing new plumbing or destroying old tiles. Both of these require more time and are very noisy. This is why renovating your bathroom is one of the biggest projects you can undergo during your home renovation. It is always better to be on your neighbors’ good side, so make sure to be polite and develop an understanding.

Ensure Your Temporary Living Space for a Landfall NC Remodel

Checking into a hotel room is a pricier option. However, it can give you peace of mind during your home renovation, and can be treated like a stay-cation!

While staying at your home during a renovation may seem like a good way to save money, it has its difficulties. The renovation may take longer and can even make it cost more.

If you stay, you may not have access to necessary rooms like your bathroom or kitchen. You also might be in the way of your contractor’s work. This way, you would reduce the amount of flexibility they might have if you were gone. If you have a hard time choosing what the best option is – consult with your contractor.

You might want to look into renting a hotel room. You can also find affordable apartments where you and your family might go. A cheaper way to have a roof over your head during this time is to reach out to a family member or close friend. Staying at someone else’s home might not be an ideal solution, but it can reduce the cost. Thus, once you are done with all the previous tasks, the best tip to prepare your home for renovation is to – leave your home!

In Conclusion

Though there are many decisions to make along the way in preparing your home for a renovation, by following these steps both your family and your contractor will get what they need for a beautiful new renovation. Avocet Additions is readily available to answer any and all questions about this process and will take you step by step through it. With several years of experience in the business of juggling families and their home renovations, we promise to find the perfect-fit solution for you. Contact us to get started on a free consultation today!


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