A home renovation project usually brings constant noise, people moving in and out of the house and a lot of dust and dirt. You can still keep your house clean and prevent dust and dirt from spreading throughout the house. Home Pro Exteriors, Inc., the area’s top roof replacement company, shows how.
Turn Off the Furnace
Turn your furnace off to keep dust and dirt from circulating throughout the entire house. Small particles of dust can get through your furnace filter and to all other areas of your house. You can turn it on when there is no work going on.
Do All Cutting and Finishing Outside
We often see workers cutting or finishing materials inside or too close to the house. It’s a siding contractor’s responsibility to do it outside or in the garage. This will help reduce the amount of dust and dirt that gets inside and possible damage to your property.
Seal Off Areas Affected By Renovations
Seal or drape the doors or access point to the rest of the house. It will prevent dust and dirt from entering your renovation area. Make sure that whatever you put up to prevent the travel of dust stays sealed while work is going on. Ask the contractor to remind their employees to keep these areas sealed.
Vacuum without Raising More Dust
The exhaust stream from a shop vacuum can raise more dust than what it sucks up. Small particles can get through the vacuum filter to form a fine dust cloud. Get a high-efficiency vacuum filter from your roof repair company. Connect a hose to the exhaust port and run it outside to keep dust from floating inside.
There’s no reason your house shouldn’t be clean during renovations. If you’re planning a home improvement project, look no further than Home Pro Exteriors, Inc. Our team serves residents of Middletown, NY. Contact us today at (845) 747-0035. We look forward to working with you.