It’s like clockwork: when spring arrives the remodeling busy season kicks into gear. But why not get your remodeling project done this winter so you can relax and enjoy the sunshine during warmer months while everyone else is remodeling?
Slow Season Means Faster Projects
Remodelers are often swamped during spring and summer, and this can sometimes make it hard to find a good contractor who still has availability. Even if you do, they may not be able to start on your project right away. In the winter, remodelers tend to have more time and schedule flexibility, which means that winter remodeling projects get completed in less time on average.
When people contact us during the slow season, we’re much more likely to be able to schedule a consultation and get started on the project right away.
Getting Permits Is Easier Too
Many remodels involve obtaining permits from the local government. Wintertime is also a slow season for the departments that process these permits, which frees them up to complete your permit requests more quickly.
Better Product Deals
Another side effect of the winter slow season is a decrease in demand for fixtures, appliances, and other common remodeling products. The items you want are less likely to suddenly go out of stock if you do your shopping before the busy season hits.
You might get better prices too. Many retailers start hiking prices as soon as demand increases in the spring, so shopping earlier can help you avoid paying more than you need to. Plus, some stores even offer winter sales to help them clear out excess inventory when sales are lower.
Your Home Will Be Ready for Summer
One of the biggest advantages of winter remodeling is that you get to enjoy your beautiful, freshly remodeled home during spring and summer. When you come back home after a day at the beach, you’ll be able to wind down and wash up in a sparkling new, spa-like bathroom. Or, if you love cooking for friends, you’ll be able to prepare dinner in the kitchen of your dreams.
Getting your remodeling projects done during winter also frees up warmer months for other activities, like summer vacations.
What about Fumes?
Many people worry about the fumes and dust that could circulate throughout the house if they can’t be aired out through open windows. If you’re planning on living in your home during the remodel, you don’t want to have the windows open 24/7 in February!
Luckily, we have extremely effective ways of keeping the air in your house clean without opening windows. Depending on the project we can set up industrial grade fans, block doors with plastic, and even seal off air ducts.
This makes winter remodeling completely safe and comfortable for you no matter the temperature outside.
How Can We Help with Your Winter Remodeling Project?
At Creekstone Designs, we make it a priority to deliver incredible results and provide great communication on every project year round. We also offer the best warranty available.
We would love to hear about your project and help you make it a reality. Call us at (503) 405-9711 or get in touch online to get started.