Now that you’ve made the decision to remodel your home, you may be asking yourself, “Should I stay home or leave for the duration of the renovation process?” The only one who can answer this question is you, but here are a few questions that can help guide you in the right direction:
How big is the remodeling project?
If you’re remodeling one of your two or three bathrooms, you’ll probably be able to live without the use of the one you’re having remodeled. However, if you are going to remodel your only bathroom or your kitchen, you may want to consider moving out temporarily.
How much will you be bothered by the remodeling?
Do you work from home or have small children? If so, you may want to pack up and find another place to live while your home is being remodeled for the sake of your work or your family’s safety. The type of person who values privacy and quiet time should consider moving out as well, as you probably won’t appreciate the noise and presence of workers day in and day out.
Do you have the money or resources to stay elsewhere?
If you have the money and inclination to go stay at a hotel for the duration of your renovation, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t. If you have friends or family you can stay with, you should also consider moving out. However, there are many ways to cope with living at home during remodeling if you’d rather stay put.
The professionals at Berceli Renovations in New York City are committed to giving you the home of your dreams. We offer kitchen and bathroom renovation services as well as flooring installation. If you’d like to learn more, give us a call at (866) 672-3714.