1. Tidy Up the Work Area
One major source of frustration for any install crew, is arriving at a job site and finding the floor they are supposed to be working on, is still littered with random items that are preventing them from simply getting straight to work. Not only does this delay your project, it can also you cost you money in labor.
Just make sure that any loose items that are lying around are removed from the work area, and your team can get straight to the task at hand. The only thing that should be in the room when your crew arrives, are any items the contractor has agreed to move, such as large furniture or appliances.
2. Find a Place for Your Pets
We all love our pets, but they aren't very good helpers on the job. They get underfoot, track construction debris outside of the work area, make excellent tripping hazards, and even make messes on the floor.
For all of these reasons and more, it's best to find a safe, out-of-the-way place to keep them until the crew goes home for the day.
3. Save the Flooring for Last
If your flooring project is part of a larger new build or remodeling project, it is best to save the floor for last. This avoids causing damage to your new floors from dropped tools, spilled paint, construction dust, and work-boot traffic through the house.
If you are looking for an excellent residential flooring installation crew, look no further than Young Interiors! We've been in the flooring business for years, and we have all of the expertise to help you find and install the floor of your dreams at prices that won't break the bank.
Stop by one of our showrooms in Myrtle Beach, SC or Longs, SC, and find out what Young Interiors can do for you!