Planning Ahead For Your Remodel

Transforming the interior of your home in the pandemic era creates fabulous opportunities and unique challenges. At this point, we’ve all been bombarded with data on the trifecta of inflation, supply chain issues, and labor shortages affecting every aspect of our lives. Add the decrease in available homes on the market and the increase in interest rates, and the trend leans heavily toward homeowners staying put and opting for home improvements.

Thankfully, we’re starting to see glimmers of hope in the distance, but the fact remains that most projects take more time than you might expect. Currently, across the kitchen and bath remodeling industry, the time from design to completion may be a year or more. While we celebrate the light at the end of the tunnel, the order in which supply and demand improve matters significantly.

Each step of the remodeling process follows a specific sequence. Consider that up to 12 separate trades, dozens of materials, and new appliances may be involved in a kitchen remodel. If one trade falls behind, or the product they’re scheduled to install is delayed, the interruption can create a complex knot to untangle.

For these reasons and several more, working with accredited, time-tested remodelers who prioritize communication will give you the peace of mind you deserve. Our greatest joy is creating beautiful, functional spaces that exceed all expectations. Our foremost commitment is to provide an unparalleled experience through each phase, regardless of circumstance.

No matter the size of your project, our designer’s priority is to listen and work closely with every homeowner, from consultation to completion and beyond. Visit our portfolios, peruse our FAQs learn more about The C&T appliance division, and contact us for a consultation today!

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