A siding installation project is relatively straightforward compared to other home improvement projects. Nevertheless, there are a few things that could speed things along and minimize the hassle not just for yourself, but for your siding contractors as well. To ensure that things go as smoothly as possible, here are a few tips on how you can prepare for your upcoming project.
Trim Your Foliage
If there are any plants that are growing too close to your home, now is a good time to trim them or tie them back. This makes it easier for your contractor to pick up stray nails or staples using a magnetic nail finder.
Remove Items From Your Walls
During a siding installation, it is a good idea to take down any wall hangings or shelving units from your walls to prevent damage to them. A siding installation involves a lot of shaking and vibration so it is best to err on the side of caution.
Park Your Vehicles Elsewhere
Be sure to clear your garage and driveway to prevent them from being damaged. This also gives the workers more space to operate more freely.
Make Arrangements for Pets and Small Children
Siding installation can get quite noisy so if you have small children or pets that spook easily so it might be a good idea to make arrangements for them to be elsewhere during the duration of the project. If you are working from home, the noise could also be a problem so be sure to take this into account when you schedule the job.
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