Staging day is coming!
Are you ready?
We are excited to stage your house, but we need the following taken care of before staging day so we can stage efficiently and help your home/listing look its best. We understand that even with the best planning that sometimes things take extra time, please reach out to us to reschedule if any of the following tasks require more time.
Homes that are not stage ready may incur fees for additional time spent or return visits. Please let us know as soon as possible if your house/listing will not be ready on your scheduled day.
Construction is complete
All of the construction should be completed both inside and outside the home, including painting. This way we aren't working around or getting in the way of contractors.
Cleaning is finished
Whether you are cleaning the house yourself or hiring a professional, the cleaning should be completed before staging so we are not working around or getting in the way of cleaners.
Contractor box is in place
A contractor box must be on the house. We can provide one if requested and a key must be in it or provided. This box must stay on the house while it is staged
Firearms must be securely stored
We require all firearms to be stored securely or removed from the property prior to staging.
All items prepared as reccomended
Any decluttering, cleaning, furniture rearranging recommended during your walkthrough should be completed prior to staging.
Driveway is clear
We need the closest access possible from our vehicle to the front door to get couches and other large furniture into the house. Please make sure the driveway is clear on staging day.
Power and water must be on
We need access to power and water for the staging process for a variety of reasons, but having working utilities also makes your home look more appealing and comfortable to potential buyers.
Pets must be contained
It is important that pets are contained or offsite during staging for the safety of our team as well as for the safety of your pet. We don't want your pet to escape out the door as we bring in furniture.
Plan to be offsite
In order for us to efficiently do our job; homeowners and contractors should not be at the house during staging.
Landscape and outside work
Outside work and landscaping can not interfere with our ability to stage on your stage date (painting or pressure washing decks, porches, driveways etc)