Any home remodeling project can feel both exciting and overwhelming at the same time. You may be renovating to perfect your long-term forever home, or you might be renovating a home you recently purchased in order to put it back on the market.
Either way, every renovation comes with an inherent amount of stress and inconvenience, but with these tips, you can keep remodeling anxiety at bay.
Environmentally-conscious homeowners are beginning to discover the plethora of ways to reduce their home’s carbon footprint. Simple tasks like turning off the lights, taking shorter showers, and unplugging electronic devices when not in use can undoubtedly keep your energy and water usage low. However, suppose the goal is to make your home as environmentally-friendly as possible. In that case, an overhaul of your home’s HVAC system may be necessary, or you might consider investing in renewable wind or solar energy for your home.
Solar energy is more popular, accessible, and affordable in the United States than ever before due to its low maintenance and production costs for panel installation. Once installed, homeowners enjoy significantly cheaper energy bills, tax credits, and a higher resale value should they decide to relocate.
If a full-fledged garden is out of the question for you, it’s possible to still enjoy tasty fruits and veggies by growing them in containers or a raised bed/planter box.
There are many beautiful planters available on the market, however this project is the perfect choice for someone who loves to DIY.
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have nutrient rich soil, that breaks up easily and has little to no rocks.
Fortunately, there is a tool that any gardener can use to help remove unwanted material from their soil easily. In addition, it’s an easy project to DIY at a very small cost.
Ever wonder what that paint color was for your favorite room in your house? You have touch ups that you need to make to that favorite room, and you need the paint colors. You are digging through drawers, reaching behind shelves and crawling around your garage desperately trying to find your favorite paint color. Read More