How have things changed for you in the last few months? If you’re one of the fortunate people who have been able to keep their job because of being able to work from home, congratulations! As you must know by now, though, working from home brings its’ own challenges.
As your home becomes your place of business, you may notice a drastic increase in the wear and tear experienced by your home. Maybe your family is there with you; your kids being home-schooled by your significant other, or maybe they’re working from home too. In any case, our homes are seeing a lot more activity than they may be used to.
Your furniture, fixtures, and finishes could be easily damaged by normal, everyday activities. While you don’t want to go overboard, it is important to keep that in mind while you’re working from home, since it will help you to keep your property in great shape while it sees more action than it typically does.