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Why Early Remodeling Budget Talks are Important

Talking about money is classically awkward. When it comes to getting quotes for remodeling or restoring your home, communicating your remodeling budget early on is crucial to your general contractor and designer. Although it may feel like some companies are out to wring every penny out of your budget, the true reason for needing to know your budget, along with your goals, is so that your money is focused in the right places.

Some projects require very specific materials, finishes, or features. Maybe you’re matching existing fixtures, or have specialty functions or features required of your space; while other projects are simply about achieving an atmosphere or vibe. As a member of your design and/or remodeling team, First Choice will ask for a budget range early on in the process, in order to learn where the bulk of your budget will need to go. Whether you’re remodeling a kitchen, an entire house, or adding a casita, knowing where the most impactful spending will occur can help steer both the design and the project into a successful blend of investment and outcome.

Bathroom Remodeling Budget Example

Bathroom Remodel After
a builder grade bathroom with a separate tub and shower
Bathroom Remodel Before

Look at this breathtaking master bathroom transformation First Choice completed in Queen Creek, AZ.

This bathroom remodel included demolition of the existing bathroom, new tile floors, new cabinets, new countertops, new mirrors, new shiplap and trim work, new walk-in shower, new glass, and all new fixtures.

A remodeled bathroom like this will make every day start out fresh and beautiful. Best part? Prices start at only $18k for a project of this size.

Live in your dream bathroom for as low as $179/mo.

0% interest financing available based on credit.