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Do It Right the First Time

January 17 2015

When it comes to renovating your home, there are a few mistakes you can avoid to help keep down the costs and headaches. Proper preparation is the key to avoiding many mistakes. To create a proper plan, you need to research the cost of your materials from rug cleaners to new fixtures and labor. If you carefully think through this in advance, you'll have a better chance to stay on budget.

Buy After Planning

You may be attracted to good deals online and think you better buy while the price is low. However, unless you have planned every detail, you could end up with materials or fixtures you can't use. For example, if you only have an 18 inch space for a washing machine, buying a 24 inch machine is a waste of money no matter how low the cost.

Plan for the Unexpected

If your renovation project is big, and you care planning to rip up floors and tear down walls, or completely redo your kitchen or bathroom, you may find unexpected plumbing or electrical issues under the floor or inside the walls. Ducts could have leaks, there could be damp places you weren't aware of, and changing the position of sinks and toilets could be more complicated than you think. If you are planning to completely redo your basement or attic, you need to consider structural features first.

Don't Compromise

You'll save yourself time and money if you do the job right the first time. This means not skimping on the quality of materials you use and getting the right contractor to do the work. You may have a friend who is willing to do the work dirt cheap, but think carefully before you agree. If you have to redo the work, it'll cost you much more than if you paid for quality work from the beginning.

Licensed Professionals

If you have plumbing and electrical issues, make sure they are dealt with by a licensed professional who knows the safety codes. Repairing or replacing furnaces and air conditioners as well as dealing with hazardous material such as asbestos removal and old paint removal should be done by a professional who knows the safe method for removal.

You can create the new home you want and remain within your budget if you follow a few tips to make sure it's done right.

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