How to Prepare Your Home and Family Before a Contractor Starts Work

Divinely Organized – How to Prepare Your Home Before a Contractor Starts Work

Do you remember the last time a contractor or a crew were in your home painting, renovating or repairing? Are you prepared to protect your valuables, do you trust them with your family or your pets, are you stressed and panicked throughout the process? I am hoping this infographic will help you prepare for your next project. My partner in crime for this article, The Bath Outlet, has done all of the legwork for you. This is  not a read and toss article. This is one of those posts that you should print and save, place in a special folder and refer to again and again. Afterall, whether you own or rent your home, a repairman, contractor, painter or designer will someday have to visit your abode.

Before your next encounter read this article and do not allow situations to creep up and catch you off guard. It is always better to be prepared.

Everyone with a  home should read this…

Luxury bath and home furnishing online retailer set out to find the answers to these questions and more – polling nearly 400 consumers regarding their views on tipping, security, privacy, hospitality, and more. We have created an infographic of their findings – highlighting common considerations and best practices when it comes to hiring a contractor.

There you have it, a plan to help you prepare for your next in-home contractor visit. We all will need a plumber, electrician, painter, interior designer or general contractor in our home at some point. I suggest you file this infographic away for future reference because the information is invaluable.

Remember to visit for more help with your home improvement needs. is also a great resource for all things required for your bathroom improvement project or a full renovation. Whether you need something as small as a toothbrush holder, or as large as an ultra-modern sink, you can find it at Great information and products at a reasonable price can’t be beat.

One other thing, TheBathOutlet has been featured in both HGTV magazine and

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Until next time…happy organizing.


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