For most people, starting a renovation project can seem like something to avoid at all costs. After all, no doubt you’ve heard the horror stories: a simple project suddenly runs over its budget and time frame. But, what most people don’t know is that there are tools out there to help you keep your project on time and on budget. Sounds like a dream, right?
That’s what we’re going to cover in this post, the three must have apps for renovations. If you didn’t think you could use technology for home renovations, think again!
For design, you can’t go wrong with Magic Plan. This app can be your secret weapon to getting your home renovation on track. This app uses your phone or tablet camera to take the dimensions of your room.
Mark the corners, and from there you’ve got a custom floor plan. Use Magic Plan as an easy way to move furniture and even walls around before the demolition crew comes in.
Ever spend days debating between paint colors, only to realize when it’s up on the wall you hate it? Avoid wasting your time and money (and back) by using Tap Painter. This home renovation app also utilizes your phone or tablet camera.
It’s really simple to use. Just take a picture of your wall, pick a color from the app, and boom you get an image with that color so you can see what it looks like in your home and with your decor.
While there are plenty of projects a handy DIYer can do on their own, sometimes you might need to call in backup. That’s where Porch comes in. You can use this app to connect with local trusted construction and renovation professionals who can help you with your renovation.
All you have to do is take some pictures of your project and describe the basics like your timeline, budget, and what you’ve already done. From there, you can chat with a professional inside the app who will tell you their estimates.
These are just a few of the best apps for home renovations out there, but you can’t go wrong starting with these options. So, if you’ve got a home renovation on the horizons, try downloading these apps to start.