The 4 Biggest Pains of Living in Your Tahoe Home During a Remodel

If you’re thinking about remodeling your Tahoe home, you’re probably wondering what you can expect if you intend to live in your house during the remodel. Well, we have good news and bad news for you.

The bad news is that there are 4 things that can be a real pain to live with during your remodel. The good news is that our proprietary solution, the Total Homeowner Experience™, helps to eliminate these issues.

So, let’s get into the four big pains and we’ll explain how we can help:

1. Safety Hazards

During remodeling, homeowners run the risk of being exposed to lead paint, mold, and dust. Yuck!

The Total Homeowner Experience™ Difference: At elevation 6225, we’re 100% committed to your health and safety. That’s why we we offer lead and mold abatement services as well as a heavy-duty dust barrier system for isolating construction and keeping dust particles away from livable spaces.

We also provide an advanced Dust Control System for 90% dust removal. More than just a vacuum, our two-stage 360° filtration system is so powerful and efficient that it filters, scrubs, and returns the air in a 6,000 cubic-foot room SIX times in under an hour.

2. Loss of Your Kitchen

As exciting as a kitchen remodel can be, it does mean the loss of your kitchen for a few months. It can get tiring having to eat out all the time or trying to score invites to friends’ houses for dinner.

The Total Homeowner™ Experience Difference: Don’t do without a good home-cooked meal! At elevation 6225, we provide temporary on-site washing, heating, and kitchen facilities.

3. Moving Personal Property

Sometimes during a remodel, your personal items need to be moved out of the way for our construction team. Not only can this be a big pain, but you might not even have the time to tackle it.

The Total Homeowner Experience™ Difference: You don’t have to lift a finger. We’re happy to offer ‘white glove’ relocation of your personal property into a climate-controlled storage facility.

4. Being Kept in the Dark

You might think that being home throughout your remodel means you’ll always know exactly what’s going on. Honestly, it depends on your remodeling firm. The members of your construction team might not have the overall picture of your entire remodeling project.

The Total Homeowner Experience™ Difference: Because we offer our remodeling clients a dedicated Client Strategist and our #1 rated Remodeling app, you’ll always know exactly what’s going on with your project.

Your Strategist is part project planner, part advocate, and part communications specialist. They’ll oversee your entire project, proactively keeping you in the loop about your project timeline and budget.

With our award-winning Remodeling app, you’ll have 24/7 real-time access to everything related to your project: building permits, plan sheets, job tasks, daily logs, site photos, site inspections, site deliveries, finish selections, messages, budgets, schedules and more!

 

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