Remodeling Done Right: A Cost Guide

Spring and summer are traditionally the most popular seasons to take on a remodeling project. But when has it ever paid to do what everyone else is doing? You can save big money by tackling a remodel in February when demand isn't as high. That means if you've been dreaming about a new bathroom or updated kitchen, now's the time.Here are a few rooms to consider re-doing this month, plus the local pros you'll need to get it done:
Garage Remodel
Average cost: $10,772Why you should consider it: Whether you want to turn your garage into an extra room or just add some streamlined storage, the garage is an existing space waiting for you to take advantage. So why wait?Find a Local Garage Remodeler
Kitchen Remodel
Average cost: $20,556Why you should consider it: The kitchen gets more action than any other room, so a few upgrades can go a long way in terms of your daily life.Find a Local Kitchen Remodeler
Basement Remodel
Average cost: $18,810Why you should consider it: Having another room in the house undoubtedly adds value to a house, which means someone will pay more for your home when it comes time to put it on the market. Plus, basements are also often some of the biggest spaces in the house, which means your dream of having that pool table for parties can be a reality.Find a Local Basement Remodeler
Bathroom Remodel
Average cost: $9,348Why you should consider it: Who doesn’t want to sit in a spankin’ new soaking tub at the end of a long day? The benefits to your daily life are one thing, but bathroom remodels provide some of the highest resale returns because buyers are also all about these types of little luxuries.Find a Local Bathroom Remodeler
Attic Remodel
Average cost: $49,438Why you should consider it: As pricey as an attic remodel can be, it can expand your living space and create great guest quarters, master suites and play areas.Find a Local Attic Remodeler
Multiple Room Remodels
Average cost: $36,001Why you should consider it: You can save a substantial amount of time and money by tackling multiple rooms at the same time. Since workers can cover a few projects at once, getting it all done in one big swoop increases the efficiency of the project and reduces your contractor costs.Find a Local Home Renovation Contractor
This post is sponsored and contributed by a Patch Brand Partner. The views expressed in this post are the author's own. *Article Courtesy of Homeadvisor
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