Many homeowners try to live in their homes during home renovations. While it may seem like a good way to save money, living with the noise, dust and disruption to your schedule and family lifestyle can become tiresome very quickly.
In this short installment of Expert Real Estate Tips with Ilyce Glink, we learn about the downsides of trying to live in your home during a renovation. Though you may be able to tolerate living in your home during a small project, you should definitely consider living elsewhere during a larger project. Overall, your builder will appreciate it and you will see the project move much faster and more efficiently.
If you’re planning a major renovation project in the near future, contact Timberlake Building & Renovations. We have over 40-years of experience with new custom homes, high-quality renovations and additions and new semi-custom homes from our selection of Timberlake houses. Call us today at (443) 837-3105 to begin your project immediately.