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    Where to Stay When Your Home Is Being Renovated. Spoiler! It Isn’t With Your Mother-In-Law!

    If there’s one aspect of living together which can really test a marriage, it’s a home renovation. With so many styles, choices, and individual taste levels happening, it can often cause quite the level of tension.

    In our experience, when it comes time to home renovation, the best thing that you can each do it get out of the house and leave it to the professionals.

    If this sounds good to you, but you aren’t sure you have a lot of room in the budget, here are some great and cheap places to stay away from home while you renovate. We’ve broken them down into time away categories.

    Camping (1 -3 days)

    Okay. This likely isn’t going to be the most popular choice for all involved, but it is an enjoyable one. If your home is being renovated for two or three days, take the family away for a camping trip. Try to choose somewhere close to home in the event that you’re needed to answer questions.

    Of course, this is also a great way for your family to appreciate your home once they return to it.

    Time for Luxury! (1 – 3 weeks)

    If it’s just the two of you, then consider it the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the Groupon Coupons page for Crown Plaza Hotels where you can get a romantic room for a week or two where you can stay in luxury for a discounted price.

    If there are particular milestones along the renovation, be sure to reward yourself with a massage or facial while you’re at the hotel. Remember that it’s short-lived, so make the most of it while you can.

    Short-Term Rental (1 – 3 months)

    There are many homeowners who would like short-term renters in their property for various reasons. If you are looking to stay away from your home for more than a couple of weeks, even a few months, consider renting a home for a small period. The benefit of this is that you and your family have your own space and you can potentially find somewhere closeby.

    Just like we said at the start: If you are renovating your home – get out!

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