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Room dividers are a very useful addition to any living space. They help to keep apartments and homes more organised, by separating the various areas and zones. They also prove useful by increasing the available amount of privacy, and by dampening noise and cutting down the glare. It's no wonder more homeowners and apartment dwellers make it a point to purchase at least one set of room dividers. UK stores also tend to offer a huge variety of designs, so this means that there are at least a few dividers which will look right, no matter what the person's aesthetic taste may be. However, as with many other large pieces of furniture, there comes a time when you will need to decide whether to repair or make modifications to an existing set of room dividers, or whether it's already time to replace it with a new set.

When to Repair Room Dividers

There will be some scenarios where a repair job will make more sense in the meantime. If the damage or deterioration is fairly slight, and not at all obvious, then it may be possible to simply patch over or attach some additional structural support to the divider. While this may not necessarily make the divider look brand new, that won't be as much of a problem because the visual impact of any repair is minor. Also, if the room dividers only have one side facing people, it may be possible to do simple repairs and then have the repaired side facing away from public view. This allows the divider to remain structurally intact, while also not being an eyesore.

When to Replace Room Dividers

One of the clear examples of the need to replace room dividers involves major damage. Perhaps the divider was made of light materials, and a large person accidentally crashed into it. Or maybe the divider fell down a flight of stairs during an apartment move. When the divider has sustained damage to a majority of its important parts, it may simply be best to start over. This is particularly true since many room dividers can be bought a brand new at very affordable prices.

Another example involves room dividers, which have accumulated so much dirt or grime over time, that it can make more sense to simply replace it, as opposed to subjecting it to a thorough cleaning. A divider may have been located close to the cooking area so that its surface ends up coated with a layer of grease or soot. This is going to be very difficult to clean off unfortunately. Or a divider, which was located close to a bathroom or in a damp area, may have been contaminated with mould or fungus. In situations like these, the less time-intensive and more convenient solution would simply be to replace the product.

Written by Lisa Williams — August 06, 2015

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