When we move things into a house that needs work, we’ve realised a few things over the years both as comments from our customers and also by our own observations. We know that to make a house into a home, each piece of property needs a little bit of work. But when is a little bit of work too much work such that it becomes ineffective to do something about it?
Here are our a few tips we’ve got from our removalists in Sydney about that bit of renovation work you are thinking of getting for your home!
Move Out when you Redecorate! – With all the hacking and drilling going on, there’s going to be a lot of dust and dirt flying around. That can’t possibly be good for your health, so if you can afford it, rent out a temporary abode until the renovations can be complete. Or look for somebody who can put you up for a little while. Besides being in a healthier and safer environment for both your family and the removalists coming in to move items about, you’ll probably be thankful for a place to provide a bit of quiet from the noise and chaos!
Work by Schedule – Especially if you are working on your own home (which you will eventually live in) make sure that you have a good timeline to go by. It’s horrible to still have the toilet or the kitchen still in bits and pieces when your furniture is scheduled to come in. Also, it will help you gauge when you need to work out the extra nitty gritty bits like having your electricity turned off or getting the assorted contractors to come in for their respective work.
Have a budget – Surely you don’t need us to tell you that you need to work out your finances when you decide to do a bit of renovating! Everybody wants to do their home up just right and good quality items have a very pretty price attached to them. It won’t hurt to work on bits and pieces as you can afford them as well because what’s the point of doing up your home if in the end you can’t afford to stay in it!
Be Realistic – Whatever you decide to do with your house, tie in all the different plans and ideas that you have and match them to what you can afford. Just individually having these goals will not help you if in the end, you have work that remains unfinished because the budget has been spent, or you’ve scheduled things to a tee only to realise that there’s a delay in shipment and the timeline has to be shifted down.
At Platinum Removals, we want you to have a smooth experience when it comes to removals and taking care of your plans for your new home so we hope that this advice helps you to plan your removals better! For more advice, feel free to call our hotlines for no obligations tips and tricks when it comes to removals.