Staying in your home during a demolition project can be a real challenge, but if you prepare for it properly, it’s not impossible. When you have a company do residential demolition, there is going to be a lot of dust in the air inside of your home for a week or two, so you should brace yourself for it. You should also take steps to make the part of your home that’s not being demoed as comfortable as possible for your family. Here are some tips for staying in your house during a home demolition project.
Contain Dust in the Demo Area
If you don’t block off the area of your home where demolition is taking place, you’re likely going to have dust floating throughout your entire house throughout the project. You can avoid this by simply blocking off the area of your home where demolition is happening. By putting plastic sheets over doorways, you can limit the amount of dust that is able to move throughout your house.
Adjust Your HVAC System
When you are having demolition done, you should shut all of the HVAC vents that are located in the part of your home where the project is taking place. You don’t want to send hot or cold air to those areas, and you also don’t want to have the dust in the demolition area spreading throughout your home through your HVAC system.
Work With a Professional Demo Company
You don’t want to work with a company that is going to rush through the demolition process, but you do want to find a company that can complete effective demolition as quickly as possible. The company should have a definitive timeline that lets you know how long demolition is going to last, and should also take steps to keep your home comfortable during the process.
Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. can complete your residential demolition in San Francisco, CA while allowing you to stay in your home. Call us today at (650) 596-8105 to find out how we can help you with demolition and more.