4. Create Walking Paths
There will be a lot of foot traffic from you and workers alike during your
project. Creating paths in heavily trafficked areas of your home is key to
keeping your carpet and flooring in good shape. Outside, use wood chips to
create an outdoor path that will keep mud and dirt off work boots. Inside
the home, use strips of plastic sheeting across your floors to prevent
wear and tear. One more solution is supplying everyone with boot covers to
prevent scratches and skid marks from heavy boots on delicate flooring.
5. Establish a Daily Cleaning Routine
You might seal and cover all you can, but at the end of the day, the
nature of dust and debris means you will still have some venture into
other parts of your home. Establishing a daily routine for clean-up like
vacuuming and dusting will not only improve the air quality of your home,
but it will also minimize the overall cleanup when the job is done.
6. Hire Professionals
When the renovation project is completed and the last worker has packed up
their tools, the best thing you can do to enjoy the results of your
makeover is hire professional cleaners to take care of the rest. With big
projects, there are all sorts of messes left behind that cleaning
specialists are more equipped to handle. If there’s a lot of cleaning
needed after, you can save the hassle and exhaustion by outsourcing the
job to those who are trained to deal with it.
Whether your home needs remodeling, renovating, or restoration, simple
things can be done cost-efficiently to save you the hassle of a big mess
when the job is completed. At Alpha Omega, we specialize in helping our
clients restore and renovate their homes.