Before you break out the sledgehammer and start knocking down walls, stop to consider your remodeling timeline. The length of your project can vary greatly depending on the amount of work and your schedule, so make sure you understand when it’s best to start the demolition process.
Setting a timeline for your project will give you a solid foundation for your remodel. It all begins with setting goals for your project. Maybe you want your remodel complete in time for a holiday party. Perhaps you’re looking to create a more functional space before you retire next year. Whatever your goal, make sure you take time to reflect on it.
Next you will want to set the budget for your project and evaluate all of the costs. Common expenses include the products you will be using, who you will hire to do work, such as installation. Assembling your expenses and team will also give you estimates of when you will be receiving products and when contractors are available for working on your space. You will also want to apply for any necessary building permits needed to complete your project.
You will also need to consider product arrival times for your kitchen. It’s best to wait until all of your kitchen materials arrive before beginning your kitchen demolition. Know when you can expect everything to arrive, from appliances to cabinetry. CliqStudios’ cabinetry takes four to six weeks to build and arrive at your doorstep.
Lastly, you will want to get familiar with your space and how you want to change it. Measuring your space and ordering cabinet samples are critical to creating your full vision. Another key asset is speaking with a professional designer to help you envision your finished project.