Protect Your Things During Home Renovations

Protect Your Things During Home Renovations
21 Nov 2022

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Home renovations are often necessary and sometimes an investment in your own happiness. But they can also be messy, with dust, paint, and various debris flying around. Your home can be in disarray while renovations are ongoing, even if you use a contractor that tries to keep things tidy. It’s understandable that you might worry about your things getting damaged or just getting dirty while everything is happening. Additionally, you could be concerned about theft while strangers are in your home. Fortunately, there are several ways you can keep your things safe while you are completing renovations in your home.

Use Dust Sheets to Cover Up

The simplest way to protect many of the things in your home during renovations is often to cover it all up. Things like large items of furniture can be difficult and inconvenient to move, so it makes more sense to leave them in place. You can cover them up with dust sheets to keep them clean and prevent any damage from occurring. You will also probably want to protect your floors by covering them too. Many contractors will have their own sheets to cover things up, but you can use your own sheets too.

Remove Items from Your Home

Sometimes it’s better to remove things from your home if you want to protect them. It ensures you don’t have large items in the way and it allows you to protect valuable items too. You could move some items to a different part of your home, such as the garage or attic, and secure them there. However, you could also search for storage locations near me and use a storage unit to store anything that you don’t want to keep in your home. This can guarantee that your things won’t be damaged and they will remain secure until your renovations are complete.

Hire the Right People

The contractors you hire will also make a difference if you want to keep your stuff safe. It can be worrying to have strangers walking through your home when there’s a risk of them damaging anything. You might even be concerned about the risk of theft. But choosing the right contractors can help you to ensure both you and your possessions are safe in your home. When you use a contractor with a good track record of being reliable, responsible, and tidy you can feel sure that they will do their job efficiently and responsibly.

Check Insurance

Before you start renovations, it’s a good idea to check your insurance policy to make sure all of your important things are covered. If anything is damaged by contractors during the renovations, will you be able to make a claim? Your contractors should also have insurance that will cover any potential damage that occurs, as well as the work that they are doing on your home. Make sure you check how they are insured when choosing your contractor.

Protect your things during home renovations by taking important steps to prevent any damage or theft from occurring.

Cheers,
Big Daddy

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Craig Silva

Craig is a husband, a father, team leader, travel and food writer, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, and social media strategist. Craig likes to travel, go camping, go on road trips, watch movies, build stuff, operate the grill, and sing with his band. Craig is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada. In June 2017, PR firm Cision identified Craig as one of Canada’s top 10 most popular male bloggers in the parents and family space.

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