Find out how energy-efficient Low-E door glass can save you money!Details
Winter is coming, and we plan to leave the cold outside – and so should you! Let Zabitat help increase your home’s energy efficiency.Details
As the weather starts to cool off and the hustle and bustle of summer winds down, it’s time for us homeowners to knock some home improvement projects off the to-do list. It’s the perfect time to get in a little work to help prepare your home for colder months and increase your home’s value all at the same time! We’ve compiled some great DIY projects that you can quickly check-off this fall to get you started during this beautiful time of year.Details
If you’re looking to find a buyer fast, spending a few weekends making updates is definitely worth the effort. And, today, we’re here to help you choose the most beneficial projects for your home sale. These five projects are relatively simple DIY tasks that will make a big difference.Details
Fall is perhaps the best time to focus on home improvement projects that will make your home more appealing to potential buyers (and add to its value)—especially if you’re planning to sell in the spring. For one thing, if you plan to hire a contractor to do some or all the work, most of them have fewer projects in the fall, which means you’re likely to get the job done faster than you would at other times of the year. For another, moderate fall temperatures are the best for installing most building materials, and for exterior painting.Details
Increasing the value of your home quickly is a concern whenever homeowners are looking to increase their equity during refinancing, or to improve the curb appeal of their homes when they are selling them. A lot of people think that slapping a fresh coat of paint on their house, or changing up the landscaping of their home is a quick way to increase the value of their home, but that doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface.
There are plenty of other ways to not only catch the eye of a prospective buyer, but also contribute to the overall value of your home, and you won’t even have to break out the gardening gloves or paintbrush.Details