3 Reasons to Remodel in the Fall

Fall in Virginia means changing leaves, crisp weather, and time with family and friends. However, what some fail to realize is that it’s also one of the best times of the year to tackle a kitchen or bathroom remodeling project. You may feel afraid to dive into a project during an already potentially stressful holiday season, but your friends at Virginia Restoration Services will make sure that your project will be stress-free and handled with professionalism and quality craftsmanship.

3 Reasons to Remodel in the Fall

1. Off Season

It’s no secret that everyone loves to remodel as soon as the weather warms up. This means that spring and summer are the busiest seasons for remodeling contractors. With this higher demand, costs can be higher and contractors have less time to spend on your project. The fall and winter months give you the unique opportunity to get competitive prices with flexible scheduling.

2. Mild Weather

Fall provides the perfect weather to tackle home improvement projects. Temperatures are much cooler in the fall and the snowy season is still a few months off, so your contractors will thank you for the timing. Plus, if you’re doing outdoor work, paints and adhesives will set better in cool fall weather than they would in the spring and summer.

3. Get Ready to Sell

If you’re considering listing your home in the spring or summer, fall and winter are the perfect time to start getting it ready to sell. Current homebuyers are looking for modern updates, particularly in kitchens and bathrooms. The experts at Virginia Restoration Services can help you make smart and easy updates that will help your house sell fast in the spring.

Virginia Restoration Services has years of experience and know-how to help you improve your kitchen and bathroom without going broke. Contact our staff in Richmond today, at (804) 283-3932. We’d be glad to meet with you to talk about your remodeling goals this fall and tell you more about our refinishing and remodeling services.

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