If there is one thing that you should do first if you are planning to renovate your home or have professionals help you tweak the interior of your home, it is that you should prioritize preparing your home’s interior protection. The last thing that you want to happen after finishing renovating your house’s interior is clean paint stains from random parts of the house and a lot of debris. So how do you go about protecting your house when you’re carrying out, say, a kitchen facelift?
- Dust Protection: It will not be surprising if a family member has dust allergies but it can be very frustrating for that family member. One of the first things that you should do is to ensure that air registers and ventilation within the work area are blocked especially if the work going to be done involves demolition. If you fail to block these airways, dust will eventually make it through these air ducts and your filter which can affect their efficiency.
- Floor Protection: The floor can also get damaged especially during demolition jobs or while contractors walk between the door and the work zone. Using heavy duty plastic with an adhesive back to lay over carpets or choosing to use painter’s tape instead to apply it around the perimeters of your room can keep your carpet clean during the renovation.
- Plastic: In case you are working with drywall, it is important that you properly cover your floor as well as other important possessions in your house’s interior. In case you will be sanding your spackle, make sure that you properly cover the floor as well as your other interior equipment or furniture.
While employing the services of professionals to help you accomplish your renovation, you can actively contribute to them by finding ways to protect your house’s interiors.