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Don’t Break The Bank Remodeling

More homeowners plan to spruce up their main home and their investment properties/rentals this year,but a lot of things can go wrong—particularly financially—when setting out to do a home remodel. More than a quarter of home renovation projects go over budget.

Some of the biggest budget breakers for owners completing a home renovation project, according to a new infographic from Job Site Image, a company that offers construction photo documentation, are:

  1. Choosing more expensive products or materials;
  2. Products or services were more costly than expected;
  3. Deciding to change the project scope or design;
  4. Project was more complex than expected;
  5. Discovering unexpected construction-related issues.

To help avoid costly mistakes, make sure they do plenty of prep work, take a full assessment of the home and its walls, and consult a professional when necessary.

In 2018, most homeowners planned to tackle at least one home improvement project.

  • The three r’s start with: 51% were going to renovate.
  • What’s next? 48% were going to redecorate.
  • This is the painful one (were going to be the keyword) 34% were going to do repairs.

Did you know? 1 in every 4 home renovation projects goes over budget.

So not only are you stressed out by the task at hand but now your wallet is uncomfortable too.

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How do you avoid costly mistakes?

The simplest and easiest way is to hire professional help. Hire a(n):

  • Architect before making structural changes on your home.
  • Interior designer to help select finishes and make design choices.
  • Contractor when a renovation is too big, or too difficult to do it yourself (DIY).
  • Home inspector to find problems before your renovation begins.

All my best,



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Posted by: picketfenceproperties on March 1, 2019