Boise, Idaho – For Immediate Release - Spring is the time for big cleaning projects, but as one of Boise's most experienced home remodeling contractors notes, it's also the ideal time to tackle major renovation projects. Chad Vincent, one of Remodeling magazine's "Big 50" award winners and the founder of Renaissance Remodeling, has some suggestions for homeowners who dream of completing a kitchen makeover before summer's here.
"Boise homeowners are getting in touch with the beautiful landscapes surrounding the Treasure Valley," says Vincent. "Native stone counters and flooring, local hardwoods and custom tile from the area's artisans give any custom bath or kitchen a real sense of place. Regional materials are often easier on your budget too, so going local with your home renovation project can be a winning solution for style and economy."
Vincent likes staying busy in the spring as much as his clients do. "Pleasant weather and longer working hours are a home remodeler's dream. Spring is a good time for any project that involves opening the home because you won't have to worry about energy bills. Building a home addition, adding a bay window to custom kitchen seating and improving ventilation in a custom bathroom design are best done when outside temperatures are comfortable," he says.
Outdoor renovations are also top choices for spring projects. "Everyone wants to show off a new deck or patio for a big Independence Day party. Unless you get started soon, though, you may have to wait until Labor Day for the big reveal. Home remodeling calendars are booked by late spring and early summer, so if you want to get new construction completed in time to lay in your landscaping, sooner is better." Vincent suggests
"Dream big," says Vincent. "Let your home remodeling contractor bring those dreams in line with the realities of your home's architecture and your budget. Every project starts by getting owners and contractors on the same page, and that process can take some time. Wait until next month to make a call to your home remodeler, and you might have to wait longer than you'd like to get started."