Are you planing to renovate your house? Pretty sure that you're excited about
the improvements to your home! Maybe you've been dreaming about those
changes since when you moved in, and now those dreams are finally coming
However, renovation in the home can really destroy your floors. Floor protection
during construction is a very important. After all, you don't want to destroy part
of your house while improving other parts. According to the types of flooring in
your house and the kind of work that will be done, there are many options for
keeping your surfaces safe and clean.
1. Type of flooring: Hardwood Floor
1.1 Work to be done: Painting
When doing painting, plastering, or other wet jobs, you'll definitely want a
waterproof covering. You can either use a hard floor protective film or use a
multi-surface protective film that can be used for floors, countertops, and other
surfaces. They are both waterproof, easy to use, and can prevent damage to
1.2 Work to be done: Work needs to be done with heavy tools.
To protect the floor from dents and scratches left by heavy tools, pick up a
reusable mat. Light, sturdy, and padded, these make it safe to set down any
kind of tool or equipment without putting dents in the wood.
1.3 Sum up
Hardwood floors is easy to clean on a day-to-day basis. However, they are very
delicate during house renovation work. Dents, scratches, scuffs and spills are all
real risks when messy jobs are being done. Depending on different works being
done, you have several options for keeping your wood safe from damage.
2. Type of flooring: Carpeted Floor
2.1 Work to be done: Painting
When the paint drops on your carpet, your carpet can be totally ruined. You
may spend time and money to clean and repair it, but it will never be the same.
Do you have to spend a lot of money to replace the carpet every time you
renovate the house? No. Just use carpet protective film, cheap and easy. If your
carpet is made of acrylic fibers, then an adhesive film is your best choice. It will
stick to the carpet firmly so it won't slide around and leave bare spots, but will
peel off easily without damaging the fibers when the work is over. For wool
carpets that would be spoiled by adhesive, you should get the type of film that
does not have the adhesive backing.
2.2 Work to be done: Move furniture or other heavy equipment
When furniture, equipment and supplies are being carried through the house,
you can also use protective film to protect your floor. With the film, muddy boots,
nails and screws, plaster dust and drippy paint cans can all go through your home
without damaging the carpeting. Plus, the film can be easily pulled up and replaced
as often as necessary.
2.3 Sum up
Carpets are delicate to all kinds of damage such as spills, stains, fraying, and rips,
and house renovations can cause all of that. But if you take the proper precautions,
your carpets will look just as nice after the work is done as they did before it started!
When you have a big renovation project coming up, there are, of course, a million
details to think about. Just don't forget to keep your floors safe from
construction-related damage! With so many options for floor protection during
construction, you'll be able to find the perfect product for any job and any floor.
For any kind of floor protection during construction, turn to Isaac for the best in
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