Remodels take up differently on TV and on reality.
It is motivating to watch and see those TV home remodeling shows and integrate all those DIY ideas on your home remodeling plan. After watching those TV shows, you already know how to overhaul your house. Building up simple fluorescent bulb to an elegant-looking chandelier in your sala or from changing the primitive tub and shower faucets into European grade shower layout, you are able to do those without taking you more time and cost you much. This is the idea that we’ve got from watching those TV remodeling programs.
However, the reality comes in the moment real quotes from actual contractors take place. Because of this, you may then have to wonder what the real truth behind home remodeling is. So, to give you an idea about this, here are some of the myths associated with TV remodeling shows.
Myths Associated with TV Improvement Programs
1st Myth: Remodeling of the tub and shower faucets only takes few hours
Okay, here’s the truth, even a professional remodeler is not able to overhaul your house for about a week if there is no camera around. With TV reality shows, the project on house remodeling, including refinement of the tub and shower faucets in the bathroom, takes about four months of filming. But, we do not see all of the complete events from that four months project period on TV. Why?
Actually, TV remodeling programs just edit the time refurbishment period from several months down into just 10 minutes program. We almost see that drying up a painted wall on TV is just completed after a commercial break. But, in real scenario, wall painting and drying is time-consuming.
2nd Myth: The contractors have the ability to work on the job immediately
Doing the job immediately by the remodeler is the most common assumption of most homeowners. However, this does not apply true most of the time. Generally, the one to two months period is the average time from hiring the contractor and start doing the renovation project. Moreover, the laying out takes about another three to six weeks time and there are important things that contractors need.
3rd Myth: Home remodeling is not a distraction of your everyday living
Actually, remodeling your home is not like seeing a magic that comes from waving a wand. TV reality remodeling programs usually take the homeowners out of the house. But, in reality this is not usual; most of the homeowners are staying while the remodeling project is ongoing. So, you must have to live with all the mess around.