New Study Links Remodeling to Relationship Issues, Grand Homes Reviews Evidence

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A new study suggests that remodeling projects can lead some married couples to consider divorce. Dallas-Fort Worth homebuilder Grand Homes reviews this trend and suggests new home construction as an alternative.

As a company that has been in the homebuilder business for more than 25 years, Grand Homes reviews the home buying and designing process as one that should be an exciting experience for couples and families. However, a recently released study suggests that those who attempt to undergo remodeling may end up facing relationship problems. As a solution, this Dallas-based company encourages all married couples to consider building a new home to avoid remodeling woes.

A recent article from The Huffington Post tracks the negative response linked to remodeling experienced by married couples and states, “More than half of the respondents from a survey distributed by [Houzz.com] reported that renovating was a particularly frustrating and stressful time in their marriages. And a surprising 12 percent even admitted that their projects led them to consider a separation or divorce.”

Grand Homes reviews this new evidence in a new press statement, “Designing a home with your partner is an experience that should be enjoyed by all. Although there are many obstacles that can arise in the remodeling process, the result should be a property that reflects the couple’s unification, not opposition. While many couples may attempt to remodel their existing property to achieve their ‘dream home,’ it may prove less stressful to simply have a custom home built, such as those that Grand Homes provides. This way, a couple can make sure that every element they want it is incorporated into the design, allowing them to find compromise through a blank canvas.”

While a new home may be an alternative way to avoid marital troubles caused by remodeling disagreements, Grand Homes reviews the importance of addressing the factors that could lead to the dissolution of a marriage. Citing the Houzz.com survey, The Huffington Post explains, that many couples face stress when remodeling plans get behind schedule and go over budget.

Additionally, a third of respondents revealed that style was a matter that caused disagreements.

“We like the article’s suggestion to allow each couple to design their ‘own’ room as a way to avoid the style arguments that could arise during home construction or remodeling. In terms of sticking to a budget and making sure everything goes according to schedule, our team is staffed with skilled design professionals and contractors that can take pressure off these concerns,” Grand Homes reviews in its press statement.

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Grand Homes reviews the needs of today’s homeowner and has made sure to reflect these requirements in the impressive work it produces. For more than 25 years, Grand Homes has served as a leading homebuilder in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, region and has expanded a great deal since its creation. Offering a wide range of semi-custom home options to prospective homeowners, Grand Homes has grown immensely and currently is recognized for building approximately 400 homes a year in 35 established communities in the area. Staffed with nearly 200 talented and dedicated employees, this homebuilder has gained increased attention as an award-winning contracting company.

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