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Hello again, ARLnow readers!

Spring has sprung, summer is about to be in full swing, then before we know it we’re heading into the holidays. You know what that means? Time to renovate before the in-laws come into town!

But renovating is hard work. That’s why we’re giving away $500 off our exclusive remodelmate Concierge program to make your renovation simple and stress-free.

Simply enter the code ARLCON5 when you book your free virtual consultation on www.remodelmate.com.

With remodelmate Concierge, you get:

  • A free interior design consultation from our friends at Havenly
  • Materials selection, ordering and logistics
  • On-demand project support
  • Peace of mind

The best part is that, with remodelmate, your renovation can be completed in half the time for half the cost.

According to Remodeling Magazine‘s annual Cost vs. Value report, the average bathroom renovation in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia costs more than $20,000 and takes five weeks. This price includes everything from materials to labor for the installation, and accounts for the design, permitting and build of the entire project, including the ordering and installation of all supplies.

By comparison, an average remodemate bathroom renovation in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia costs $10,000 and takes as few as three weeks.

We’re able to achieve this 50 percent savings by offering unbiased, predictable and transparent labor rates from our network of local installers. Our Concierge team then takes the stress out of any renovation so you can focus more on living your life and not on the nitty-gritty components of your new remodeling project.

To get started with $500 off Concierge, enter code ARLCON5 on www.remodelmate.com.

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