If you’ve decided that your home needs a major renovation, the most important questions you should ask yourself are:
- When do I want this project started/completed by?
- How much can we afford to pay for this project?
Having a realistic timeline and budget will help your project go smoothly and will create expectations for the homeowner and contractor.
Creating a realistic
timeline for your project
Great renovations done by great contractors take time to design and complete. Sometimes acquiring permits can take months to obtain! Combine that with seasonal increases in demand or shortages of essential supplies, and you could be looking at 6-12 months before your project can get underway.
To get an accurate estimate of timelines, we recommend reaching out to our team.
How we determine timelines
There are a number of variables that determine timelines for our projects. Before making any promises to you, we first need to speak with you, at the site of their project, and make detailed notes about what your wishes are for your project.
This is step three of our eight step pre-construction process. You can learn more about site visits and timelines by reading this blog.
Creating a realistic
budget for your project
Every project has a budget. Depending on what that budget is and combining it with the scope of the work that needs to be completed, will give us a better idea of what can realistically be accomplished and the types of materials that can be used.
While the cost of projects vary dramatically, the Ferruzzo team has a baseline budget for projects that we’ll take on:
- Bathroom, $25,000+
- Kitchen, $35,000+
- Basement, $50,000+
- Addition, $100,000+
It’s time to
Demand for home renovations are at an all time high, so the best time to inquire about timelines and an estimated budget for your project is now.
Head on over to our contact page to get in touch with our team and one of our staff will be in touch within two business days.
If you’re still in the early stages of planning, download our FREE guide, “Questions to Ask Your Contractor Before Your Home Renovation” to make sure that the contractor you work with is qualified to take on your project.