How To Set Your Home Remodeling Projects

Renovating and remodeling a home is not something to be taken for granted. As it is no easy task to revamp the look and functionality of your abode — and it requires a (huge) chunk of your time, energy and budget — you should know how to prioritize the items in your Northern VA remodeling bucket list.

Worried about getting too overwhelmed by such a gigantic endeavor? We’ve got your back! We’ve broken down this big project into four comprehensive steps.


First and foremost, you should assess and ask yourself: Why am I going to renovate?

Like any other activity, goal-setting is important. Are you renovating because your family is expanding? Or is it because you’re eyeing to get your house into the real estate market?

Consider Northern VA remodeling as an investment. And if you’re a good investor, you should make sure that there is a good return on investment, that is the benefit you can get from your revamped house is actually larger (or even just tantamount, at the very least) than the costs you’ve incurred.


Once you’re decided that you’ll undertake a home remodeling project, you should now set and allocate the budget. Make sure that your budget covers all the priority items in your checklist. One of the most common mistakes people do is to spend too much on items that are on the bottom part of their remodeling priority list.


After finalizing how much you’d spend in order to achieve your goals, the next thing to do is to create a master plan and timeline. Here are some tips that can be helpful when planning:

Start with your bedroom. Since Northern VA remodeling can be too taxing, you might want to start with a simple project — your own bedroom. Apart from being relatively inexpensive, you can get a high return and practice employing the steps in this article in a much smaller, more personal space.

Never overlook overused rooms. Most homeowners tend to renovate other areas first before considering revamping the look of the heart of their home, like the living or the dining area. If you want to “update” your home, it’s recommended to make these areas a priority.

Don’t forget about the roof, electrics and heating. Always check out these things when you’re renovating your home. Look out for possible leak damages, and fix it along with the revamping of your other house areas. Also don’t forget about the safety aspects of your home, like electrics and heating. Making your house look good is great, but ensuring it’s also safe and comfortable to live in is just as important.

Combine function and aesthetics. As a general rule, make it a point that every item in your renovation checklist combines function and aesthetics — never focus only on either one. Taking both things into account will make for a perfect home that’s suited to your preference, style and needs.

Get Help

Lastly, if you think your remodeling project is just too big a task, and you don’t want to waste your time, energy and money just to get an output that’s not even satisfactory, it’s always best to seek help from the professionals (e.g. Architect, interior designer).
Are you looking for a Northern VA remodeling contractor you can trust? Let our team at Rendon Remodeling & Design help you turn your vision to reality