Protecting the Job Site
A high-end remodeler describes his simple system for protecting existing surfaces and new work with hardboard, tape, plastic sheeting, and other inexpensive materials.
Protecting the Job Site This systematic approach to protecting existing finishes makes for an efficient job site, happier clients, and fewer callbacks Steve Price My company specializes in remodeling kitchens and bathrooms. When homeowners remodel in stages over the years, these are the big, expensive projects that often get saved until last, so we spend a lot of time working in the middle of beautifully finished homes. To best cope with this, we use a systematic yet simple approach to job-site protection that relies on hardboard, sill seal, dimensional lumber, plastic sheeting, and other inexpensive, readily available materials.