Home Improvement: Staying Home While Adding On
Will We Be Able To Stay In Our House While The Addition Or Remodel Is Being Built?
Before hiring any home improvement contractor, think about the answer you get to this question. While every room addition is different, I have never needed the homeowners to move out during construction of their project. Sure, if the entire interior had to be redesigned for wheelchair access or a second floor is to be built over existing living area, you will probably have to move out.
Like All Home Improvement Projects, A Room Addition May Cause Some Inconveniences
There may, however, be inconveniences like the following:
- If existing bedrooms are being expanded into the addition, the occupants may need to move their furniture to another part of the house and sleep in the family room or bunk-in with someone else once the existing separation wall must be removed
- If the garage is being converted into living space, the car(s) may need to be kept outside and a new place found for all your stuff.
- If the HVAC system has to be relocated or the ductwork added to, there may be a period of time when you have no air conditioning.
- If your outdoor shed has to be demolished and it currently houses your water heater, washer, and dryer, you may be without hot water and/or laundry facilities for a while.
With Proper Planning You Home Remodeling Experience will be Stress Free
And… ultimately the project will be completed and after a few weeks of enjoying your new space, any inconveniences will soon be forgotten.
If you have questions about adding on to your home or questions about any home improvement or remodeling project, please call me at 561-795-2551 or email me at: email@example.com and I’ll be happy to share my knowledge with you.
Leading Edge Homes, Inc. is a Florida certified building contractor specializing in improving your lifestyle through room additions, bathroom renovations, kitchen updates, hurricane-resistant screen enclosures, and more! In business since 1991, they demolish your stress by building your trust. Contact them at 561-795-2551 or visit their website to discover how they can help you with your next home remodeling project in Palm Beach County.