Renovation Preparation

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    Preparation is planning. Renovation a space can be a very anxious time for the owner of the property. You want the work to be done as smoothly and efficient as possible. Any renovation is only as good as that which is done to prepare the space for the renovation. For instance, walls must be skimmed and smoothed in order for wall paper to sit on it most effectively. Walls need to be patched and sanded prior to painting, and more. Renovation preparation is just another way of saying selective demolition. The more care that is taken to remove that which is being replaced, the more perfect will be the installation.

    Also, everyone at Mark’s Disposal is super conscious of ensuring that there is a minimal disruption in the lives of the homeowners and their families, or to the people who need to work through the disruption in the workplace. Nobody wants that. The least amount of disruption, the better off everyone is.

    To enjoy complete peace of mind while your space is being prepared for new appliances or equipment, call Mark’s disposal at 978-828-3398, or fill out the contact form on this page.

    Dust Control

    When making a major renovations, dust will be present everywhere. Dust is a major hazard that can damage furniture, technology, and the overall well-being of the people in the area.

    Temporary dust barriers

    Seclude a section of your house or office to be clean and dust-free during the renovation process, allowing the other parts of the building to be undisturbed. In your office building, utilize a temporary dust barrier to protect and isolate your technology from harmful and potentially damaging dust. Temporary dust barriers can protect living areas when renovating another part of your home. Dust barriers make a renovation project more convenient, allowing you to carry on with your daily life without interruption.

    Clean rooms

    Worried that renovating or conducting a demolition will harm the surrounding areas of the job site? With Mark’s Disposal’s protection products, the nearby rooms and areas will remain untouched during the duration of the renovation/demolition process. Especially in delicate atmospheres such as hospitals, schools, and public arenas, it is imperative to isolate the job site to avoid contamination of other areas.

    Temporary dust barriers and air flow control are our most common ways of managing debris created by the renovation/demolition process. Keep your rooms clean and tidy, allowing your employees or family to proceed with everyday life with minimal changes.

    Air Flow Control Includes negative air machines/ HEPA filters, positive air flow, negative air flow

    Worried that renovating or conducting a demolition will harm the surrounding areas of the job site? With Mark’s Disposal’s protection products, the nearby rooms and areas will remain untouched during the duration of the renovation/demolition process. Especially in delicate atmospheres such as hospitals, schools, and public arenas, it is imperative to isolate the job site to avoid contamination of other areas.

    Temporary dust barriers and air flow control are our most common ways of managing debris created by the renovation/demolition process. Keep your rooms clean and tidy, allowing your employees or family to proceed with everyday life with minimal changes.

    Site Protection

    When renovating or conducting a demolition, expensive, finished flooring is subject to debris and dust. Hefty equipment and heavy foot traffic while renovating may scratch and harm floor surfaces.

    Dust is potentially very dangerous to any piece of furniture, and may cause irreversible damage. Antiques, couches, tables, chairs, and other expensive furniture pieces have an important value to you, your family, and/or your business, and a simple furniture wrap can prevent harmful damages.

    Protect your furniture and floors from evident debris and dust created during the renovation process with floor protection, furniture, and finishes wrap from Mark’s Disposal today!