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Beat the Rush Hour Traffic: Remodel During the Winter

September 20, 2013 / News

remodel-winterRemodeling schedules can be a lot like rush hour traffic. Spring and summer are the busiest times of year for home remodeling. And just like rush hour traffic, it’s impossible to speed up the time it takes to finish a project because there are so many people trying to do the same thing.

So what do you do? Well, you can beat the rush by remodeling during the winter. It’s just like leaving work an hour early! Here are some reasons to beat the rush this winter:

Save Time

By starting your project in early January, you are taking advantage of both booking early and during the “off-season.”  We can reserve a spot in the schedule before things book up, which means we are able to start construction on your project sooner. Also, we can focus our crews on your project, which can speed up the timeline.

Save Money

Many manufacturers increase their prices in the spring, and sometimes our vendors offer specials to reduce inventory before new products arrive. So winter is a good time for us to take advantage of reduced prices without sacrificing quality.

Start Early

If you’re looking to start in early January, October and November are the perfect time to start planning your project. You can start your research now to select your remodeler of choice by Thanksgiving. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, work with your remodeler on the design, selections and ordering of materials.  Once the holidays are over, we will be ready for construction during the months of January or February (depending on the lead time for the materials).

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