You’ve been dreaming about a kitchen remodel in your home for a while now, but can’t seem to fit it into your busy schedule. You might even be putting it off because of budget, but this year’s tax refund is promising and you’d like to use it to give yourself a brand new kitchen. At Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc., we understand how valuable your time and money are and how the season can make or break a project. Springtime is the best time to start a remodel, and here are several of the advantages you will have by starting this project right away.

3 Advantages to Starting a Kitchen Remodel in the Spring

1. Time

Kitchen remodels can run into a variety of challenges. Starting this type of home renovation in the spring gives your contractor plenty of time to get it done before the busy summer season starts. Materials are also more likely to be in stock, cutting down on the time you have to wait to install new appliances, cabinets, and countertops.

2. Warmer Weather

Redoing your kitchen means workers will be coming and going all day long until the project is complete. Starting in the spring means you’re more likely to have nice weather. With milder temperatures, you can keep your home comfortable while things get done. Contractors can also get more done with more sunshine and fewer dreary days. 

3. Price

Booking a contractor before they get busy will likely benefit your pocketbook. Wintertime and early spring are usually slower times, so their prices for material and man hours may be lower than during peak seasons. Taking advantage of this means your kitchen remodel is also likely to be a top priority for your contractor, guaranteeing your needs and wants are met. 

Contact Us Today!

When it comes to a kitchen remodel, residents around Indianapolis and surrounding communities trust our team at Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc. We also do basement refinishing, siding installation, and water damage restoration. For a quote on any of your springtime projects, contact us today at (317) 848-7634.


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