You hear people saying how they want to get their home finished before the holidays and the relatives come into town. They can’t wait to show off the changes and brightened look they’ve created for their space. But an interesting thought would be could it be more advantageous to plan your remodel over the holidays? This works best if you aren’t hosting out of town relatives, but if you are going somewhere else for the holiday, why not?
There are not a lot of people who choose the holidays to make major changes to their home. Most people are getting ready for out of town guests or holiday shopping, thinking about all the food they are going to make. Basically, the last thing on their minds is ripping up their home. While it might seem like an issue, the holiday remodel could be blessing in disguise. Here are some advantages of a holiday remodel.
If most people are trying to finish before the holidays, then there will be less demand when the holidays come around. Less demand will mean more choices available for you and more inventory in stock. Just to be safe though, it would be best to make sure the materials you need are available for the entire job. With less demand, you can take your time to ensure that you get exactly what you are looking for, and ask the questions that you need to be fully informed.
Less demand during the holidays will mean that staff will have more time to answer your questions and explain things. They will have more time to devote to you and your remodel needs. This could turn into a time savings in the long run. Additionally, this could reduce the stress that comes with a remodel as well. You could find that you have breathing room and greater time to think over decisions as they come up.
Taking all of these factors into consideration, you could come away with a finished remodel ahead of schedule. Having less demand and more time to discuss things could reduce the margin of error. More workers available could mean a more streamlined process which would equal finishing ahead of schedule. Finishing ahead of schedule could mean adding one more project to the mix or just taking the time to sit back and relax in your new space.