How to Prepare for a Spring Remodeling Project

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Progressive Waste offers advice for Dallas and Houston residents looking to renovate or upgrade their homes.

Spring has arrived and home improvement is in full swing in Texas. Local residents are heading to home improvement stores in droves hoping to complete a few projects before the intense summer heat sets in. Budgets are tighter than ever before which means moving to a new home with proper upgrades isn’t always feasible. Families are learning to be creative and get their hands dirty so they can have the home of their dreams. When tackling a home improvement project there are some steps to help make staying on budget easier.

  • Make a list of the rooms in need of improvement or any projects that need to be completed— big and small. Prioritize the list based on what is most important as well as what is most reasonable given the budget and time frame. Determine what to accomplish first and create an action plan. Hire any necessary professionals and be sure to research options and check references.
  • Clear the clutter. Cramped spaces, cluttered counters, packed closets and piles of paper all over the house not only make it harder to complete a project but they can get in the way of creating a vision for the space. Organized spaces are easier to work in and they make the final product all the more appealing. Totes, baskets or small boxes can help keep items organized and out of site. Home owners who have large items to get rid of like furniture, may want to consider Dallas dumpster rental services. Being able to dump items easily can save time and money.
  • Demolition is the next step whether homeowners are ripping out a kitchen, knocking down a wall, or replacing the bathroom vanity. Home improvement projects always create a lot of debris, so it is worthwhile to consider scheduling dumpster rental in Houston to avoid multiple trips to the dump.

For more ways to prepare for a home remodel, Texas residents are encouraged to contact Progressive Waste at

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