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4 Things to do After a Home Remodel

The first thing you should think of after you’ve completed a home remodel should be how good it looks and how proud you are of your new space. The second thing you should think about is what you should do now. Unfortunately, the work isn’t done after your home remodel is finished. Here are four things you need to do right after your home remodel.

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Do a Final Walkthrough

Before your remodeler leaves, be sure to do a final walkthrough. Together, you and your contractor will inspect your home and ensure that everything is how it’s supposed to be. Point out anything that you are not 100 percent satisfied with to your builder. The last thing you want to do is not say anything and be left with a remodel that you don’t like. Good contractors will look for imperfections on their own, but sometimes things get overlooked. They’ll be glad to correct any problems before they leave.

Thoroughly Clean the Area

Most remodeling companies will superficially clean the remodeled area, but it’s up to you, the homeowner, to thoroughly clean the remodeled area once work is complete. Cleaning up after a remodeling project often requires a lot of time and effort. That’s why it’s recommended that you hire a professional cleaning company to clean your house post-remodel. A professional cleaning company will have your home cleaned quickly and efficiently. The best part is that they are specifically trained to clean up after a construction project, so they know the safest way to go about it, 

Register Any Warranty Items 

One of the first things you should do is register any warranty items. If your remodeling contractor has already registered warranties for you, you can skip this step. If not, take the time to go through any warranty card your contractor left you and follow the steps to activate your warranty. Although this may seem like a hassle, it’s well worth the time to register your products and ensure that they are protected. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Update Insurance

A home remodel can affect your homeowners’ insurance. Be sure to contact your insurance provider and update them about your latest home remodel. Sometimes you may need to adjust the limits of your policy. Additionally, depending on the type of remodeling project, sometimes a city assessor may need to come to appraise your upgraded home. 

Work with Dragon Scale Inc. For Your Home Remodel

When you need a dependable and experienced home remodeling contractor, look no further than Dragon Scale, Inc. We specialize in home remodeling in Maryland and know how to turn your vision into reality. Contact us today to get started and to get your FREE estimate