When it comes to home remodeling, the key is to take things one phase at a time. That way you can get the most bang for your buck and make every dollar count. Here are three phases of home renovation Castillo Remodeling recommend based on where your project is in terms of cost and complexity:

Phase 1: Kitchen and Bathroom

In most cases, kitchens and bathrooms are the most important rooms in your home. They’re also generally the most expensive to remodel. But you don’t have to do them all at once—you can do it in phases.

The first phase of a kitchen or bathroom remodel is generally about functionality; the second phase is about aesthetics. If you want to tackle both phases at once (or even if you just want one of them), consider hiring a designer who specializes in kitchen and bathroom design together. They’ll be able to find ways that they work well together while still looking great on their own terms.

One other choice is to renovate one room at a time; while some homeowners start with their kitchens and then go on to their bathrooms, others like to begin with their bathrooms and then move on to renovating their kitchens with new countertops and cabinetry.

Phase 2: Bedrooms and Closets

Bedrooms and closets are the most important rooms in your home. They're where you sleep and store clothes, which means they have a lot of potential to be used for much more than just that!

In addition to being a place to sleep, bedrooms can also be great places to exercise, meditate or relax with a book. They don't have to be boring spaces—and they certainly don't have to look the same as everyone else's. Why not try adding some art or keeping track of progress in your favorite hobby?

Phase 3: Basement and Outdoor Spaces

In this phase, you'll want to finish up any unfinished space in your home. Your basement should be finished with a family room and kitchenette, while an outdoor area like a deck or porch added on the back and front of the house. Building a deck or patio is another option for creating additional space outside of your home, as well as increasing value to your property in the event that you ever make the decision to sell it in the future. You might also install a fire pit or a shed for storage so that when people are outside they have somewhere warm and inviting to sit when they aren't in the house.


Remodeling your home is a big undertaking. It can be daunting to think about how long it will take and how much money you’ll need for the entire project. But if you do it in phases, it can be easier to tackle and less expensive than tackling everything at once. By taking on a few rooms each year, you can keep track of your budget and stay on schedule without feeling overwhelmed by all of the work that needs done at once!