Spring cleaning in the winter? Why not?! There are many home improvement projects that can be tackled in the winter time! Get a head start now so by the time spring gets here you will be able to enjoy the weather instead of being stuck inside all day!
Paint- From simple touch-ups to transforming rooms, winter’s cooler temperatures and lack of humidity make it an ideal time for painting since the chances of cracking and peeling are reduced!
Remodel Bathrooms- Start small with new faucets, shelves, or paint, or go all out with a new bathtub, shower, or flooring! More shelving will help get rid of clutter, and adding energy-efficient fixtures will save you water and money. Get in touch with Frank Devonshire if you’d like a FREE Estimate for more extensive work. No matter which direction you decide to go, you will end up with a beautiful new place to relax.
Remodel Kitchen- From cabinets and fixtures to walls and flooring, a kitchen can be transformed fairly easily. Not only does a remodeled kitchen increase the value of your home, it gives you the opportunity to set everything up for your convenience. Add some new paint (a backsplash is a great way to change the look of the room ), countertops, cabinet doors, and flooring, and you have a brand new kitchen!
Remodel Basements- Transform your basement into a fabulous new room! Whether you want a cozy little family room or full-blown living space, now is the time to do it! You won’t regret it when summer is here! Basements are great for getting out of the heat!
Get organized- Go through closets, pantries, cabinets, etc. Throw away what you don’t use and organize everything else. Get rid of duplicates (you don’t need 6 hairbrushes!), donate clothes that don’t fit, etc. Tackle them one at a time so you don’t get overwhelmed. Here are some tips for getting organized.
Insulate- Insulate the attic, basement ceiling, and any crawl spaces to help keep the cold air out and save energy. You can also wrap the hot water heater in a blanket or insulation to keep it warm when it’s not in use. Here’s how…
You have a new front porch or deck but hadn’t given any thought to the yard surrounding it. “Bob Vila’s Guide to Front Yard Landscaping” offers important tips for adding that finishing touch to your investment: