How To Prepare Kitchen For Remodeling

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Preparing your kitchen for renovation can be chaotic and confusing. You want it done fast and efficiently, but don’t know where you will start. A lot of things will need to get in as well as get out of the working area. And with so much to do, you’re probably already dizzy just thinking about it.

Here is a compiled tips on how to prepare for a kitchen remodel.

 

Get everything you will need ready

This is the top priority before starting. Get all the tools, materials and manpower you need for the projects. You don’t want to be running to shops looking for nails or power tools in the middle of the project. With the chaos that about to release, the last thing you need is an angry contractor with no hammer.

So make sure you have everything on the list. From the smallest nail to that brass fixture that you spontaneously bought while shopping last year. EVERYTHING has to be there.

 

Remove, Sort and Pack

This is the tiring part, emotionally and physically. Renovations always meant you have to let go of some stuff, if not all. To most people, their kitchen and the knickknacks in there have emotional values, but they are sometimes so outdated that they practically have no use anymore.

Like that holed, melted pot you got for your wedding and burn trying to make something for the first time. Or that china you bought that’s been chipped all over, it’s amazing how it’s still whole and holding.

Remove your belongings and sort them.  Keep the ones you really need and let go of your unnecessary hoards. You can sell them or donate them. Carefully pack them by category, for example, having a box just for the glassware and another for pots and pans. Remove them from the area to avoid accidents. Take out anything that isn’t nailed down.

 

Area Designation

Let’s face it, children are curious and it is your job to make sure they don’t lose a finger. Keep the children and pets out of the designated work area. It’s a must! It will be chaotic in there, with power tools and busy people going, not only will they hinder the project, they can also get seriously hurt.

The area just has too many hazards; from exposed wirings to plugged tools to falling and tipping debris. Please keep them away from the work area.


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