Spring cleaning time is around the corner but sometimes your home needs a little more than just tidying up. Whether it’s basic home maintenance or ambitious renovations, spring is a great time to get started on those spring home improvement projects you’ve been planning all winter. Of course, you first need to have a plan in place to pay for your new project. Fortunately, there are several excellent options available. To help you make a more informed choice, let’s look at some common spring projects and a few popular options for financing them. Read More
You may have a favorite color, but would you use that favorite color to decorate the inside of your home? This infographic from IMI Design helps us understand the psychology of color. Because color and its impact on our behavior, our mood and even our eating habits is important when considering interior design projects. And yes, I said eating habits. If you want to lose weight, paint your rooms a specific color and avoid others. Read More
Choosing the right hardwood flooring options for your home can be crucial for the comfort and use of your place. Hardwood floors are common and popular enough so that you can find plenty of information on installation and maintenance. Installing hardwood flooring is a good do-it-yourself project that can be completed Read More
Finally, we share DIY projects tip 6, tracking costs and updating your home inventory. In the middle and at the end of a project, most of us forget to keep track of the actual costs, receipts, and any warranties for the things we buy.
Ongoing visibility into the things you own is important so that when warranties run out, you can update them. Or replace them with a working item if the original item should break prior to the warranty expiring. Read More