3 Benefits Of Remodeling Your Kitchen In the Winter
Planning to remodel your kitchen is a big deal. Choosing the right time of the year to do it can be tricky. No one wants sawdust on the thanksgiving turkey, and construction in the home during the scorching heat of mid-summer is no one’s idea of a picnic (though you might be picnicking a lot if your kitchen is unusable).
Opting for a wintertime remodel might sound crazy, but it might actually be worth the consideration when you really think about it.
1. Construction companies are often booked to capacity in the warmer months, typically for outside jobs. In the wintertime, many companies have to lay off their workers unless there is enough work to go around. By choosing this non-busy time of the year, you might actually be providing work to someone who needs it. Plus, there is a lot of flexibility during these down-months, so they might even get the job done faster without the pressure of the next gig.
2. Though Maryland has milder winters than, say, Montana, the winter blues can still come knocking. Choosing the dreariest time of year to make beautiful changes to your home can keep your spirits high by looking forward to the whole process and what the end results will be. It’s a great way to get you through the time after New Year’s and before Easter when there’s not much else going on.
3. Getting the materials you want for the project can be easier when the demand is low in the off-season. The cabinets, flooring, and tiling that’s so popular right now should be plentiful with so few people clamoring for them in the wintertime. The job will continue at a steady progressive rate when there’s no stopping because materials need to be reordered.
Your dream of a brand-new remodeled kitchen becomes a reality when you pair with the right partners. We’re here all year around to help you turn your old kitchen from drab to fab, floor to ceiling. We’ll take your needs and wants into consideration and make a little magic in your home. No matter what time of the year, contact us and let’s beat the winter blues together, one tile at a time.