Consider Corner Guards for Springtime Renovations

by Boss Steel on May 12, 2017

Recent data shows that nearly two thirds of all consumers plan to renovate. And they're planning to renovate big time.

Four in 10 plan to spend $5,000 or more, and another 22 percent plan to spend at least $10,000 (CNBC).

If you are one of those consumers, you may choose to renovate as early as this spring. We understand. As harsh winter conditions give way to clear skies and warm breezes, and our thoughts often turn to what is fresh and new.

If you are considering renovations, you will want to do your homework. While it's true that renovations can pay off in the long run by increasing the overall value of your property, it's also true that the internet is littered with tales of renovation nightmares. Everything from accidents to shoddy workmanship to broken contracts can turn a renovation project into a nightmare.

Fortunately, there are steps you can take to ensure that your renovations run smoothly. At the very least, you should always contract with renovation teams who have a proven track record of success. Checking up on their previous projects and reading online reviews are good places to start.

Another step you can take to ensure that your renovation runs smoothly is to install corner guards in vulnerable spots before the work begins. Since renovations work in existing spaces, the corners and edges of your doorways and drywall are vulnerable to scratches, scrapes, dents, and gouges. 

Here at Boss Corner Guards, we have guards in a variety of sizes, styles, and thicknesses. If you have questions about which guards would be best to install before renovations begin, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to serving you.