Home services

ROMANOFF RENOVATIONS
is an Authorized Home Depot In-Home Services Provider

WHAT TO EXPECT

We will work with you every step of the way to ensure your complete satisfaction and an optimal customer service experience:

1measure

Measure

After your home is professionally measured, we will provide you with a to-the-penny price, then we can walk you through multiple financing options.

2communication

Communication

We will guide you through the installation process via phone calls, email, and live support, including scheduling, home preparation, and introducing you to your lead craftsman.

3installation

Installation

Your lead craftsman will review your products* and materials with you upon arrival to your home. After the installation and clean-up is complete, we will walk through the project with you to ensure your complete satisfaction.

*If your materials require acclimation, they will be delivered to your home in advance of installation.

HOW TO PREPARE

To ensure a smooth and expedient installation, there are a few things you will need to do to prepare your home.
Use the Pre-Installation Checklist below to make sure you are ready on installation day.

ROOM PREPARATION

UTILITIES NEEDED ON INTALLATION DAY

FURNITURE MOVING

There are some items best left to professional moving services. The following items cannot be moved by your installers. Please coordinate prior to installer’s arrival

* If you have questions about whether or not we can move a specific item, please contact us.

CARPET CARE

REMOVING COMMON STAINS

  • Always address the affected area right away.
  • For a food accident, lift and remove as much solid material as you can with a utensil. Then, use a little water and blot. Use a small amount of detergent if necessary. Finally, use vacuum to go back and forth over area. Repeat if needed.
  • When using a spot removal solvent, choose products approved by The Carpet and Rug Institute of America. Test product in an inconspicuous area of carpet first. If area fades, consult a professional carpet cleaner.

CARPET MAINTENANCE

  • Vacuum carpet regularly so dirt does not become embedded.
  • Schedule professional cleaning annually.
  • Use scissors to clip sprouts snags. Never pull on them—you risk damaging the carpet.
  • If you experience extensive water damage, consult professional service.

LAMINATE & WOOD CARE

BASIC MAINTENANCE

  • Use a dust mop, soft bristle broom or a vacuum cleaner compatible with hardwood and laminate to remove dust, dirt and loose particles regularly.
  • For slightly damp cleaning, spray a product specifically for hardwood & laminate cleaner onto a cotton, terrycloth, or microfiber mop. Do not clean with a wet-mop.
  • Be mindful of UV rays coming through windows that can cause flooring to fade, and use protective window coverings accordingly.

PREVENTING DAMAGE

  • Use acetone-based fingernail polish remover to remove difficult stains (like paint, oil, tar, or markers).
  • Wipe up spills and spots immediately with a hardwood & laminate flooring cleaner applied directly to area. Do not spray cleaner directly on floor for general care.
  • Use ice to harden tough substances like wax or gum, and then carefully scrape with a plastic scraper or a credit card. Then go over the area with a slightly damp cloth.

TILE CARE

GENERAL MAINTENANCE

  • Damp-mop your tile floor a minimum of once each week to reduce wear and tear from dirt and debris. Avoid cleaners with acid or bleach for basic maintenance.
  • Use sealants on grout joints only and do not use wax-based cleaners and oil-based detergents. For GLAZED TILE it is safe to use everyday multipurpose cleaners on bath tiles.
  • For UNGLAZED TILE use tile cleaners that are concentrated with a neutral PH for basic cleaning. Avoid cleaning agents that contain color.

TIPS FOR PREVENTING DAMAGE

  • Always test scouring powders and sealants on a test area before cleaning the entire space.
  • Use a sealer on grout joints soon after installation and use products safe for cleaning grout joints.
  • Rinse tile with clear water to remove any remaining cleaning solution.
  • Never use abrasives like steel wool or any scouring pads with metal on tile.