If you have ever had a kitchen remodel in Fayetteville, then you already know that the remodel attracts dust and debris like flies. The one thing you don’t want is all that dust and debris making its way into the rest of your home. Luckily, there are tips that you can follow to keep the dust and debris from settling into the rest of your home while the remodel in your kitchen is being done. Read on below for a few of those tips to get you started.
Remove Furnishings from the Room
You probably won’t be able to use your kitchen during the kitchen remodel in Fayetteville anyway, so why not move all the furnishings out of the room. In this way, you don’t have to worry about dust and debris settling on your tables and chairs. Plus, you don’t have to worry about your furniture getting damaged during the remodeling either.
Isolate that Kitchen
To keep the other rooms in your home cleaner during the remodel, it’s best to isolate the kitchen. Whether it’s having the contractor put plastic over the doors leading to other rooms or thick plastic tarps on the doorframes, having the kitchen isolated will protect the rest of your home from spreading dust.
Air Out the Home
If the weather permits open your windows while the work is being done. This will not only bring fresh air into your home; it will stop dust from getting trapped in your window screens. This is the best thing to do, especially if you have someone in the home who is allergic to dust.
These are just a few tips to help you keep your home clean during your kitchen remodel. For more information, contact Cabinet Transformations today.