You may be one of the many homeowners out there who dream of recreating the designer living spaces of magazine, blog, and Pinterest fame in their own homes. At the same time, however, you may also be among those who dread the many demands of remodeling: time, money, energy, and heaps of patience.
This is a common concern, and even therapists agree that home remodeling can be one of the biggest stress triggers in the household. According to an article published in The Sacramento Bee:
Winter is a busy time of year for do-it-yourself and home renovation projects. All that time indoors spurs thoughts of remodeling.
But attempts to make a home “better” can also tear it apart. On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being breakup stage), family therapists peg remodeling as a “6” in terms of stress on a relationship.
Home improvement—whether you do it over the winter or include it in your spring home makeover list—can, or rather will, require a lot from you. But with the help of tips from those who’ve done it before (and lived to tell the tale) and with the assistance of skilled professionals, making your home look better than ever can be a breeze.
For instance, if you want to have your bathroom renovated, hire a Sacramento bathroom remodel specialist who can work with your existing space, understand your vision for it, and find attractive solutions that will work for your whole family. A favorite among locals is Yancey Company, a contractor with more than 70 years of experience in the industry.
When you partner with them for a bathroom remodel in Sacramento or another similar project, they will conduct an initial interview over the phone before setting an appointment for an in-home assessment. They will then create a draft quote and propose a design made according to your specifications. They will also help you select the best materials to use and then present a more comprehensive quote detailing all other foreseeable expenses.
Stop worrying about your next home improvement project and give Yancey Company a call today.
(Article from “Home checklist: Don’t let remodeling split you in two”; March 1, 2014)
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