Whether you are considering renovations for your home or business, the planning phase can be quite a stressful time. In order to help lighten the load, we've put together a list of tips to help you decide whether or not installing corner guards before, during, or after your renovations is the right choice for you.
If your renovations do not involve any sort of work on the existing walls, then you will want to install corner guards before renovations even start. That way your corners and edges will be protected against incidental damage as workmen tear up your floors, install new lighting systems, and move in and out with their tools and equipment.
If your renovations do include work on existing walls, you will want to hold off until the work is done. However, it is a good idea to have corner guards on hand as soon as the walls are complete. That way none of the work being done on other areas will damage your corners and edges.
Although figures vary wildly, the average cost for a renovation is $59,800. That is definitely an investment worth protecting. Before you move back into your house or re-open your business to foot traffic, be sure to install corner guards along vulnerable corners and edges. That way you will keep the results of your renovation looking fresh and new for years to come.
Of course, once you have decided the best phase for installing corner guards, your next step will be to decide which size, style, or thickness of guard is right for your needs.
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