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Room Renovation – How To Prepare Your Space Prior To Renovation

The long wait is over. The time has come to finally have your room undergo a major fix to make it more appealing and functional. Aside from hiring a TGC expert and purchasing all the materials needed, there are other things that should be done before renovation preps start.

Now is the perfect time to clean up and get rid of the mess that’s been occupying precious space in your room. You may find this whole organizing process a bit tiring and time-consuming, but once you see the results, you’ll realize that everything is indeed all worth it.

Keeping Things Organized Before TGC Workers Start

The first thing to do is to sort your things accordingly: (1) for throwing; (2) for donating or selling; (3) for keeping; and (4) for present use. The idea is to eliminate those that you don’t want to use or store anymore in your newly renovated room so that you can keep it clean, tidy, and clutter-free.

Gather some large carton or plastic boxes. You will use them as storage implements for your personal belongings before starting on your Room Renovation project. Print large, easy-to-see labels as listed above and securely affix them onto the boxes. As you sort and weed through your things, stash them in their respective boxes so it would be easier for you to search for specific items later on.

Items that you might want to throw away are expired toiletries, skin products and medicines, or broken stuff that can’t be repaired anymore. Things that you can donate or sell are those that you no longer need but may still be of value to other people. These are outgrown clothes and shoes, old books and toys, or extra accessories. Things for keeping include seasonal items like thick jackets or special occasion garments.

Room Renovation – Tips For Packing Things

If using carton boxes, go for those made of sturdy and heavy-duty materials so that they can withstand the weight that they will carry. Put breakable items in their original packaging, but if this is not possible, wrap them in old newspaper or bubble plastic for protection. Large, heavy items go to the bottom of the box. For tiny items should be placed first in smaller bins so that they won’t end up scattered about in large boxes during handling.

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