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Manage Your Stress While Renovating



Adjust Stress Levels While RenovatingHow many times have you been flipping through TV shows and saw a commercial where a gorgeous home with renovations is on display? Or maybe you were leafing through a magazine and saw an updated kitchen with beautiful design and theme... then you look up from the magazine to your kitchen and realize you may need an update of your own. The inspiration for redesigning your home may come from a plethora of sources, but it is important that you avoid letting impulses misguide you. If you succumb, you may find yourself over budget and dealing with conflicting ideas. In order to avoid some of the stresses of renovating, designing, and contracting, try implementing these methods into your plan.



Consider your priorities

If two or more projects are going on simultaneously, consider putting one on halt. This allows you to focus on one wholeheartedly. If you decide to make any changes mid-project, you will have to consider the financial alterations that need to be made as well. If either of those changes are drastic, you will have to see how this will affect you in the long run. Will more supplies need to be ordered? Will some supplies now go to waste? After you have made these considerations, you will need to see where your priorities lie, and if being on budget and on-time coincides with your new plan.


Think about the future

When we're envisioning our plans and goals, we often fail to miss the long-term repercussions. Renovating is already an expensive task, so spending additional money for an extra change will more than often cause you to hesitate. However, these changes may actually be saving you money in the long run. Take installing new flooring for example. Installing under-floor heating in the bathroom will actually spare you from spending money on flooring expenses in the later future. Similarly, if you decide to spend the extra money on granite tops in the kitchen, as opposed to laminated ones, you could be averting future renovating costs.


Organize your inspiration 

Remember, work off of a plan instead of 100% impulse.  Seeing something online or in the media may look nice, but would it work in your home? Before making any decisions, do the necessary research. Compare styles, themes, and materials and figure out what would be best for your particular situation. Organize all your possibilities in a folder of some sort so that they're easy to return to. 


Work with professionals 

The contractor who worked on your best friend's backyard definitely did an impressive job, but will they know how to remodel your kitchen? The contractor will be crucial towards having a project done correctly and timely. Like the ideas you create, finding the right contractor for your job will also take research. If you can, find their portfolios or past projects and reference them with reviews to see who will be the most optimal for your renovation needs.

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