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Mitchell Parker added this to Survive Your Home Remodel: 11 Must-Ask QuestionsAug 26, 2013

8. What’s going to happen to your front yard? It’s not just a portable toilet. A renovation means trucks parked in your driveway, possibly a Dumpster, pallets of materials and debris everywhere, muddy sidewalks. It’s a tough thing to come home to, but you can’t expect it to be anything less than a mess.What to do: Have a constant dialogue with your contractor and know when the trash company and city require debris to be picked up. In some places it’s daily; in others it’s weekly. Sometimes it’s an onsite Dumpster; other times there’s a trash pile that a truck comes and hauls away. Also, let your neighbors know what’s going on. Your contractor might send a letter to your neighbors — you might want to ask him or her to do this; it’s a good marketing opportunity for them anyway — or the city might do it if it’s a big enough project, but the polite thing to do is let your neighbors know what's going on.

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zippitydoodaday added this to ArchitectureSep 8, 2013

8. What’s going to happen to your front yard? It’s not just a portable toilet. A renovation means trucks parked in your driveway, possibly a Dumpster, pallets of materials and debris everywhere, muddy sidewalks. It’s a tough thing to come home to, but you can’t expect it to be anything less than a mess. What to do: Have a constant dialogue with your contractor and know when the trash company and city require debris to be picked up. In some places it’s daily; in others it’s weekly. Sometimes it’s an onsite Dumpster; other times there’s a trash pile that a truck comes and hauls away. Also, let your neighbors know what’s going on. Your contractor might send a letter to your neighbors — you might want to ask him or her to do this; it’s a good marketing opportunity for them anyway — or the city might do it if it’s a big enough project, but the polite thing to do is let your neighbors know what's going on.

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