How to Go About Planning a Remodel - Tips from CP Builders and Joiners
As we mentioned in our last post, remodelling is an exciting! Make sure you and your household are as prepared as possible with these tips from our Glasgow builders.
Makeshift and Temporary Rooms
Continuing to live the house while construction is happening? You and your household will have to create temporary living spaces! Simply put everything you need on a daily basis in the areas of your property unaffected by works and keep on living as normally as possible. If it's the case that you are removing interior walls or having beams installed, you'll need to ensure your family is living in an area of the home which is completely structurally secure. Not only can a CP builder survey your home to make sure building work is safe to go ahead, we will also help make your life as easy as possible while the project is underway.
Sort and Store
Another must-do if you're planning a remodel or renovation is to sort and store your personal belongings. You don't want your furniture, clothes, valuables etc. to be ruined during the restructuring process! Use this as an opportunity to completely re-organise your home. Sort things into piles for keeping, selling, donating and throwing away. When it comes to furniture, find a place you can store it for a long period of time without it becoming damaged. Not only will ridding the area of your things make your home more organised and tidy in the long-run, but it'll also make the building site more accessible! With the experienced team from CP your home will be left spotless after any structural works.
Tell Your Neighbours
A final suggestion if you're planning a remodel is to inform your neighbours! It's the courteous thing to do. Everyone knows building work can be disruptive, especially if one of your neighbours is on the night shift. Spend an afternoon knocking on doors and letting everyone know - it doesn't take too much time.
Rely on CP Builders and Joiners to make your experience of property construction the best it can be!