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Home How To Protect Your Clients' Homes

When it comes to working on-site, an often overlooked task is that of protecting a client's home during the work. This is an area where putting in the prevention work is well worth the time.

Wade gives us some quick tips for protecting the jobsite so you don't damage your clients' homes. From floor protection to doorway opening protection to dust control, there's something you can do to prevent the damage that can come from dropping tools, walking by with toolbelts on, and dust. One of Wade's most valuable tips includes protecting staircases. This is about eliminating risk and should not be passed over with a minimum of concern.

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