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how to renovate when house has full of things?

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Hi,

just a random question. i am staying in this house for a very long time. and thinking of doing a full overhaul renovation on this old HDB 3room. however, my house has full of things / furnitures , etc...

Must i pack up and move all my items somewhere so that reno can be carried out? if yes, to where? , to some storage place? (any recommendation?) will contractor help me with all these?

Thanks and Rgds

 

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Hey! I'm in the exact situation! Old HDB, 3 room, very lived in so lots of stuff. I've begun packing the lesser reached for stuff into boxes and labeling them though. One of my friends who re-did her floor tiles told me the contractor just shifted their stuff from room to room as the reno progressed. But, I'm not sure if that's what all contractors do, and/or it's purely for flooring work only. 

Interested to hear from others with experience!

 

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The commercial storage place is really expensive. I think that the best variant is to rent a garage, but better find some friends who can save a couple of boxes for a while. Frankly speaking, if you decide to make a full renovation, it takes a lot of time and you will have to move for some months maybe a year in another place. So all the things you have, you will take with you surely. We also reconstructed some rooms 3 years ago with the help of a team of specialists from https://housesek.com.au/blog/ and we had to move to a country house for all the summer because it is impossible to live under construction conditions.

 

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