3 Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Remodeling Project

A remodeling project requires a lot of tools that can create dust and debris, so you want to protect your existing furniture.

A remodeling project requires a lot of tools that can create dust and debris, so you want to protect your existing furniture.

Remodeling your home is a very exciting venture, but it can also be pretty stressful. You have to work around your schedule and certain parts of your home may be out of use for a while. A remodeling project requires a lot of thought and preparation. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your next remodeling project.

Kitchen Remodels

It is always inconvenient to not have full access to a part of your home. However, it can especially stressful when it’s your kitchen that is off limits. An option to make this easier is to have the refrigerator moved to another room and accompany it with a microwave so that you still have some functionality during the remodel. Another thing to consider is to remodel your kitchen in the summertime. That way, you can cook on a outdoor grill and eat outside as well. Freezing and preparing meals in advance can help to save some of the headache that comes with trying to figure out what to eat when you can’t get to your stove.


If you have pets, you should make arrangements for them when remodeling your home. This is because when a remodeling project is taking place, doors are often opened and closed all the time as professionals (or you) come in and out with equipment. This makes it easier for your pets to escape. In addition, the tools present and all of the debris that results during remodeling can be dangerous for your pet. It is best to either put them in a crate or have someone else watch them until everything is finished.

Protect Furniture

You can’t move every piece of existing furniture out of your home while remodeling, so it is important that you protect it. Dust and debris is an inevitable part of construction and you don’t want that to get onto your furniture. Sheeting off areas and putting plastic covers on large pieces of furniture can help reduce the amount of dust that gets on it. You should also remove any pictures and other decorations from the near walls. Make sure that there is a clear path to the room that is being remodeled.

Call Blair Construction For Your Next Remodeling Project

If you are looking for professionals you can trust to remodel your kitchen, basement, or bathroom, contact Blair Construction. We have been serving our valued Maryland customers for almost thirty years and look forward to giving your home the care it needs for years to come. Contact us online or give us a call at (410) 729-0777 to get a free in-home estimate. To see examples of our work and get updates on what we are up to, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+,LinkedIn, YouTube, andHouzz.


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