A Step-By-Step Guide To Renovate Your Home Faster

A Step-By-Step Guide To Renovate Your Home Faster

A Step-By-Step Guide To Renovate Your Home Faster
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Home renovation can take a lot of your time. The longer the process stretches, the more tiring it gets. Who would want to live in dust and paint fumes for days together? Let us try to finish this work as early as possibly by following these steps.

Step 1

Did you buy a home that needs renovation? The planning to renovate must begin while you are in process of acquiring the property. Figure out the areas that need renovation. So, while you are on a property inspection, work out on areas that you think will need to be renovated and the kind of renovation you want. Take pictures and chalk out a plan.

Step 2

After you have shown the pictures and floor plan to some construction partners, take them on the site to draw a plan of action there and then. Take quotes from various parties and do a comparison.

Also read: 5 Unexpected Things That Could Happen During Renovation

Step 3

Finalised your design? Choose a date of beginning the renovation process. Also set a deadline for completing the process, keeping in mind the complexities of the process and the time it may require to fix things.

Step 4

To ensure that the timeline is met, prepare a day-by-day and week-by-week target for all the tasks. The plan will ensure that no two jobs clash and all of them are aware of who is supposed to be on site on a given day.

Step 5

Coordinate with all the different jobs, including builder, mason, electrician, plumber and painter. Make sure they all work in a coordinated manner. Make sure all the persons for these jobs are finalised two to three weeks before you want the renovation process to begin.

Step 6

Once the workers are finalised, it is time to move to the things you would need. Draw your budget and then begin the purchase process. Go out and select that fit your budget; compare and pick what's best. Make sure you have the fittings available on site before the workers need them.

Also read: 7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Taking a Renovation Decision

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