Home heating and cooling costs increase every year and we all wish we could do something about it, but often have no idea where to begin. We talk to our friends and family to see what, if anything, they are doing to keep the warm or cool air the are paying for inside their homes. There are easy things you can do to keep the warm inside when needed and vise versa. Once you master these some of these small projects looking into other ways to save money is going to come naturally.
Are you ready for a home remodel? Or, maybe you’re preparing to sell your home? Whatever the situation may be, there are many do-it-yourself projects you can complete on your own, and on a budget. Follow along to discover three home updates you can do to help modernize the look of your current space.
Are you looking for some exterior improvement projects that you can do this summer to add value and curb appeal to your home? Here are six suggestions for DIY projects to accomplish exactly that.
Energy efficiency is on everyone’s minds these days, whether they are looking for a new home or making improvements to the one they live in now. Some of these upgrades require significant investments of time and energy, and it may be necessary to have a profession do the work. Some are quick, easy fixes that may not have occurred to you earlier. Still others add a unique design element family and friends will comment on for years to come.
Being a responsible, forward-thinking homeowner is all about property value. Even if you currently adore the home you’re in, you may eventually want to sell it to move up, move somewhere else, or just for a change of pace because you can. When that happens, naturally you want to get the highest possible value for the home and one of the best things about being a homeowner is the ability to improve your property value as a hobby over time. Many people do a big DIY improvement every summer, renovating the kitchen, building a playroom, or improving the garage shop.
If you’re a weekend DIYer who’s always looking for a new project, we’ve come up with 8 great ones that not only make aesthetic improvements, but actually add real value to your home. None will break the bank — or your back — either! Ready? All set? Here we go …
Your home’s entryways is like the front cover of a book. It speaks volumes and sets the tone for the experience throughout your home. It’s the first thing people see as they approach and it’s the last moment they have before they leave. The entrance is the focal point for your homes curb appeal. So, we take it pretty serious. That’s why we work hard to make sure your getting the most out of your entryway, and that starts with the door. Specifically, the door glass.
For the home improvement enthusiasts, a new year is an incredibly exciting time. This is your change completely reinvent one or more aspects of your home, wow your guests, and really show your creative side. Some people are completely DIY, others delight in enlisting the help of others to install their vision of decor and glamor. Whether you’re already clipping examples out of home decor magazines or still debating with your friends over the proper color for lamp shades, we’re here with a great set of suggestions hot off the press for 2018.
Modern homes are popping up in some unlikely places across the U.S. and Canada, and are proving that “modern” doesn’t necessarily translate to “cold” or “sterile”. Interesting, unique, stand-out details are better ways to describe the best modern homes today. Clean lines and sleek materials are being “warmed” by wood accents and lots of glass in the form of varying window heights and design-savvy entry door inserts, allowing a modern home to become a glowing art statement at night when the lights come on.
When it comes to home ownership, there’s always that lingering feeling of how to improve your curb appeal. The thought of making small adjustments to your home that can help there overall appeal of your house can go along way in maintaining a wonderful place to live as well as increasing the overall value of your home. Curb appeal is effected greatly by the entrance of the home. It’s the major part of the home that usually faces the road and is the first greeting your home makes to approaching guests. Since we are experts on entryways, we thought we’d share with you our quick wins on making a statement with your entryway.