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Pets and renovations donít mix

March 24, 2018



As a renovator you have likely had a client with pets. If not, remember this: pets and home renovations don’t mix. It is best to set some ground rules for the clients and their hairy friends before you start pulling the kitchen apart.
Pets will be exposed to new people in the house, dangerous and noisy equipment, plus paint and other potentially toxic materials.
Here is what to ask your client to do:

Follow these rules and you, the client and their pets should have a much safer and pleasant experience.


 


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