Should You Renovate Your Home All at Once or in Pieces? An Expert Weighs in - Real Simple
The time, effort and money involved in home renovation is substantial. This leads many homeowners to want to do their projects piecemeal rather than all at once. However, according to one expert, it’s better to renovate all at once. Jean Brownhill, the CEO of Sweeten, says you can get more done in sequence and in a more cost effective manner this way. That being said, the all-at-once method isn’t practicable for everyone. A room-by-room method is also doable, according to Brownhill, who suggests prioritizing the room you use most often. Either way, be sure to hire a contractor who understands your needs.
- There is a trite saying that Rome was not built in one day and the author believes that this saying applies to home renovation also.
- When one sees home renovation shows he thinks the project is easy but embarking on them is something different because they are very difficult.
- Renovations takes a lot of time and a lot of money and when one is doing it he should be prepared to face some inconveniences.
“This long, long process may make you wonder whether you should renovate your entire space at once or break it up room by room.”