Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 02: Plan Ahead: 4 Ways to Prepare for a Major Kitchen Renovation

<span>Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 02:</span> Plan Ahead: 4 Ways to Prepare for a Major Kitchen Renovation
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    There are times when you just want a change at home.

    One of the most common and impactful changes involves renovating the kitchen.

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Before you make any physical changes, you have to consult with a professional builder or engineer so that you can know the types of major renovations that are feasible. After that, you hire a contractor to do all the work.

Clear the Room

You have to haul away your junk before any renovation work begins. Store your dishes and cooking pots in a box and transfer them to a different room. This ensures that they remain in good condition even after the renovation works. For the fragile dishes, you are better off laying them down on the floor of the storage room. That way, you minimize accidents from falling.

 

Cover the Floors

Since the construction and renovation of the kitchen is likely to involve the movement of heavy objects, you want to protect the kitchen floor from cracks or scratches. Buy some sort of floor cover and tape it to the floor so that it doesn’t move. Make sure that you get quality covering because not all covers are good. There are some that might be too light.

Clear the Loading and Offloading Zone

You should also clear the parking area so that the contractor can move around easily. Park your car somewhere else and let the contractor use that parking next to the kitchen because it’s more convenient, and it will make the work go faster. In addition, remove any furniture that may block the path of the contractors.

 

Cover the Remaining Furniture and Electronics

You probably have furniture and electronics in the kitchen. Since you have nowhere else to put them, you can just leave them where they are. However, after you do that, make sure that you cover them to protect them from dust. Find a piece of cloth or polythene bags and cover these items. The dust from the renovation is not good since it can easily damage electronics. You should also cover furniture in the adjacent room since dust gets easily swept away by wind.

Your kitchen renovation cannot start unless you do the 4 things mentioned above. Basically, you have to remove anything that could lead to accident in the kitchen. However, if the renovation involves structural changes, you may have to remove everything from the kitchen area.

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