3. Cheap materials
Buying cheap materials may be great for your wallet, but it will be terrible for your house. High-quality, durable materials are a better choice because you won’t have to replace them after a few years again. Make sure you choose a contractor that won’t go for just any trashy material.
4. Ignoring the details
If you’re working with a contractor, make sure that you discuss all of the important details with them. That includes toe-kick storage, feature walls, heated floors, and more. Discussing them in advance and installing them during the remodeling process will be more cost-effective.
5. Impulsive shopping
Think about every detail in advance. Don’t purchase things randomly because they might not go well with the whole renovation plan. Before making any purchase regarding your renovation, have a strong plan in mind. Think about the style that you want to go with, the details, and the overall atmosphere that you want in your house.
6. Not getting prepared
Renovations require time and planning. Before starting with the hard work, you should have every detail sorted out. Think everything through and make sure the contractor that you hired, does too. Surprises are no good, especially when it comes to home improvement.