A question that homeowners ask frequently is how they can be more energy efficient. There are major benefits to paying attention to the energy efficiency of your home. The first is cost savings. Lowering your energy bills is a big win for homeowners looking to cut cost. The other is being more environment friendly. Both are great reasons to keep looking for ways to build the overall efficiency of your habitat. That’s why we’ve compile a few great DIY projects that can cut energy cost and make your home more green.
Doors have a major function to your home. They get used and abused throughout the years and unfortunately, sometimes they need some attention to make them a beautiful part of your home again. And it’s important to not take this lightly because the entryway is a focal point for your homes curb appeal. Luckily, we’ve got the perfect solution to fix up that old worn-out door. Checkout our to-do list to repair your old door to make it look brand new again. You’ll fall back in love with your entryway in no time.
Being a homeowner means managing a never ending checklist of things to get done around the house. Many times that list includes things to fix, repair, or upgrade around the house that can have an impact on the value of the home. Of course everyone wants to increase the value of their home. Many talk about doing full kitchen or bathroom remodels to have a big impact, but there are also a lot of easy quick wins you can tackle that can also have a big impact on the overall value of your home. We’ve outlined a few ideas for you below that you should consider adding to your never ending to-do list.
Being a homeowner is a lot of fun. But it’s also a lot of work. Keeping things updated with the latest trends is a non-stop rotation of projects throughout the entire home. One project that doesn’t make the remodel list enough is upgrading the entryway. Most think that entryways can’t be upgraded without a major overhaul, but the truth is, there are some pretty simple things you can do that can give your door way a completely new look that will blow you away. Let’s take a look the best ways to makeover that entryway.
Every homeowner knows that house projects never end. Ever. There’s always something going on, a upgrade, a repair. It’s an ongoing to-do list. The question is, are you tackling the projects that really add value to your home? Since the to-do list will never be completed, it’s important to focus on the projects that bring true long-term value to your home and give you the best experience living in it. That’s called Enlightened Living – one of our core values. Therefore, we’re more than excited to share with you our top 7 easy DIY projects that you can tackle that will bring incredible value to your home. So you should move these up the list, and check them off. Let’s take a look.
There’s a new product making it’s way to homeowners everywhere, and it’s called Blink | Blinds + Glass. This new product is a game changer. It is the next generation of blinds that are in-between the glass panels creating the ultimate blinds solution for all of your glass doors and windows. Blink | Blinds + Glass, Enclosed Blinds, and Add-On Blinds are all blinds that are sealed inside the glass panels. Traditionally, blinds have been on the outside of the glass, usually hung on a door frame or window frame to generate some control on your privacy levels. These blinds are already inside the glass!
You can find blinds in pretty much every home, and for good reason. They help you control sunlight exposure into your home but also the level of privacy at any given moment. All blinds have this standard functionality, pretty much regardless of the kind that you get. However, there are some very unique benefits of getting your blinds in between the glass panels versus just handing them on the outside of your door or window. Let’s compare.
Your entryway says a lot about your home. It’s the first impression as people approach and step inside. It’s also a high traffic area for you and your family. That’s why we love helping homeowners make the best use of their entryways by providing high quality products that allow you to fully maximize the space. We’ve pulled together a list of some of the easy ways to really enhance your entryway and take things to the next level. Now THAT’S Enlightened Living.
Being energy efficient not only helps keep your costs down, but it’s also really good for the environment. The less energy we can waste collectively, the better off we all are. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some great home upgrade projects that you can easily tackle on your own (or hire a professional) to help increase the energy efficiency of your home. There are many more tips and tricks out there, but this is a good way to get started.
Realtors have certain things that they look for in their own homes. One thing that they tend to look for is extra bedrooms or bathrooms. It allows for your family to grow. They also prefer fixer uppers because they are more budget friendly. Privacy, open floor plans, window and how well a home has been…