Seasonal Renovations

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While the weather outside might make you want to curl up with a blanket and a book, it might be time for you to get a head start on those renovations you’ve been putting off. The holiday season probably distracted you from your projects, but it’s never too late to get started. Here are some tips to help you with your seasonal renovations. 

Even though you might have multiple renovations in mind, it is best to prioritize your time. Make sure you consider which renovations can wait until the warmer weather and focus on the ones that should be done as soon as you can. This can mean shifting your focus to interior projects instead of exterior ones. New kitchen floors or countertops and bathroom renovations are perfect options for this season. 

Remember to make sure you plan out how long the renovations will take you, even if you have the help of a contractor. Typically the winter season is less busy for contractors, but it is still best to contact them as soon as possible to ensure they can do the work. 

Make sure to consider the challenges that could arise during the winter, especially if you take the projects on yourself. While DIY projects can seem like a good idea, it might not be a bad idea to get advice from an expert who has experience with seasonal renovations. 

Renovating your home in the winter months might seem like a challenge but if you’re organized and prepared for any problems you might face, you’ll be ready for anything!


Whether you’re buying, selling, planning a move or just need a little advice on real estate or the Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo Region, contact us at or call (519)740-6400.

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