Renovating a place is always a good idea, seeing as how it boosts the resale value and the quality of life, at the same time. However, this process has some downsides, as well. First of all, it’s usually quite expensive, even if it brings a positive ROI. Second, it makes your home either unavailable or partially available during the works. Finally, it significantly reduces the safety of your household, even its security, during the works and shortly afterward. So, here are several tips you could use in order to prevent renovation-caused accidents from ever spawning.