Setting remodeling priorities can save money

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Whether you're doing a facelift on the guest room or a complete kitchen remodeling, have you ever stopped to consider what makes for a truly successful remodeling project? Many people don't, and that can lead to wasted money and an overall sense of disappointment with the finished product. Successful remodeling is more than good products or quality workmanship, and it's certainly more than how much money you can afford to throw at the project. The key to success is more fundamental then that, and it starts well before the first nail is ever driven. Success comes from understanding exactly what you expect the remodeling to achieve. If all you want from that guest room is something a little brighter, then success might be as simple as picking a great wallpaper, or adding a skylight.  On the other hand, let's say you want to remodel your kitchen because you want to allow two cooks to work side by side, you need to increase your storage space for food and utensils, and you'd love ...