Here, you’ll find resources on where to invest and how to save money on DIY renovations in different areas of your house.
You really can learn how to make just about any home improvement, all by yourself. Everyone learns by starting off with something simple, so find something you are interested in and get started.
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Interior Home Renovation and Decor
A house up for sale needs a good kitchen and bathroom renovation. Lots of rooms can be updated by the home buyer himself, but bathrooms need to be in decent shape. Install new sinks and tubs. If you have linoleum flooring, consider putting in tile. Read on for ideas on fixing up and bringing to life different rooms in your house.
It doesn’t take a large amount of money for a new kitchen look. You would be amazed at how much of a difference a simple coat of paint can make. And there are several different finishes for cabinets and other wood furniture. So, do a little research, pick something you love and have fun creating your own unique look!
Your bathroom can be updated easily without a lot of expense. Buying new bath mats, a shower curtain and some new towels is a great way to get a new look quickly. Using some of these ideas can make your bathroom look better right away.
One of the greatest investments a homeowner can make is to finish the basement. When you have a finished basement, it adds livable square footage—potentially raising the property value and also often making for more enjoyment.
Your front entrance is the portal to your home and it is the first impression that guests get of your home. Simple things, such as a new mat and lush greenery, can help your home feel more inviting.
Front Halls article coming soon!
Exterior Home Renovation and Decor
When it comes to selling your home, curb appeal is a real thing. And if you’re thinking about buying a house and fixing it up, the outside of the house and yard are among the most significant factors for eventually getting buyers in the door.
If your ceiling is starting to leak, odds are you need to replace your roof. If you don’t hurry, you may end up with a disaster on your hands. Find a reputable roofer to look at it. Make sure the specialist is skilled and experienced.
Roofing article coming soon!
While you want your home to run well, you should pay attention to visual details, too. Buyers will judge a home on visual appeal and may be deterred from buying if they notice something wrong.
Exterior Walls article coming soon!
Landscaping for Your Yard or Lawn
Remember to think about landscaping when thinking of home improvement. The exterior of your home is the most noticeable thing, and you want to showcase it to impress neighbors and visitors.
Landscaping article coming soon!