How to Survive Residential Construction: Kitchen Remodeling

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You’ve got all your ducks in a row. The residential construction at your Twin Cities has begun. Your brand-new kitchen will be fully remodeled soon, and you’re really excited to show off the end result. Surviving without your kitchen can be a hassle. Don’t get us wrong though – it’s worth it in the long run – especially when you see the finished product when the residential construction job is over and done with. But what do you do to survive in the meantime while your residential construction company, Titus Contracting, is at your home and working on the remodeling job? Here are a few tips!

One of the most fun ways to pass the time is to keep track of the residential construction job. Take pictures of the work in progress so you can see the before, during and after shots of the job.

Make sure you keep your commonly used kitchen utensils and pots and pans in clear plastic storage bins. That way, you can easily access them if and when you need them. We recommend using paper plates during this time. Fragile items and items you don’t use that often are better off stored away from all of the hub-bub that occurs during the residential construction process.

Before the residential construction company starts working, take the time to prepare and freeze a few meals. And before you freeze them, portion them out into smaller servings to make defrosting and reheating that much easier.

Plan ahead for a few nights of eating out. Take this opportunity to try a new restaurant in the area or one you’ve been meaning to try but haven’t had a chance to just yet.

Also, now would be a good time to get together as a family and have a picnic! Even if it’s only in your backyard, it’s a fun way to spend time together as a family. And it’ll get you out of the house even if it’s just for an hour or two.

So when you need residential construction services in the Twin Cities area, call Titus Contracting at 952-746-7817 or Contact Us Here.