Whether you’re having a roofing or siding replacement project done, major renovations can be incredibly messy home improvement tasks. In fact, the prospect of having to deal with such a mess can be so daunting for some homeowners that they’re sometimes put-off with the idea of renovations. Luckily, however, most contractors have ways of keeping homes clean and organized during renovations.
Here are the four different ways contractors keep homes clean and organized during renovations.
1. Air The Room Out – If the weather permits, experts recommend that you open your home’s windows and window screens while work is taking place around the house. That way, not only will your home receive adequate ventilation but you can also prevent dust and debris from getting caught in the mesh of your window screens.
2. Cover It Up – Before work starts, some contractors can also cover up any heavy furniture that you may have with plastic if you can’t remove it from the room. By doing so, they can prevent dust and debris from potentially damaging your heavy furniture or dulling its finish.
3. Take the Furniture Out – Alternatively, if you have any small furniture that can be removed from the room, home improvement and window replacement contractors make it a point to remove it from the area before any work starts. That way, the renovation area will be bare, minimizing the possibilities of accidental damage or destruction as much as possible.
4. Daily Clean Ups – On the other hand, if you’re really keen on keeping the renovation area as clean as possible, consider talking to your contractor about cleaning up after themselves on a daily basis. By doing so, the amount of dirt and debris around your home can be reduced, preventing them from spreading around the rest of your home.
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