February 28th, 2018
Spring cleaning in the winter? Why not?! There are many home improvement projects that can be tackled in the winter time! Get a head start now so by the time spring gets here you will be able to enjoy the weather instead of being stuck inside all day!
Paint- From simple touch-ups to transforming rooms, winter’s cooler temperatures and lack of humidity make it an ideal time for painting since the chances of cracking and peeling are reduced!
Remodel Bathrooms- Start small with new faucets, shelves, or paint, or go all out with a new bathtub, shower, or flooring! More shelving will help get rid of clutter, and adding energy-efficient fixtures will save you water and money. Get in touch with Frank Devonshire if you’d like a FREE Estimate for more extensive work. No matter which direction you decide to go, you will end up with a beautiful new place to relax.
Remodel Kitchen- From cabinets and fixtures to walls and flooring, a kitchen can be transformed fairly easily. Not only does a remodeled kitchen increase the value of your home, it gives you the opportunity to set everything up for your convenience. Add some new paint (a backsplash is a great way to change the look of the room ), countertops, cabinet doors, and flooring, and you have a brand new kitchen!
Remodel Basements- Transform your basement into a fabulous new room! Whether you want a cozy little family room or full-blown living space, now is the time to do it! You won’t regret it when summer is here! Basements are great for getting out of the heat!
Get organized- Go through closets, pantries, cabinets, etc. Throw away what you don’t use and organize everything else. Get rid of duplicates (you don’t need 6 hairbrushes!), donate clothes that don’t fit, etc. Tackle them one at a time so you don’t get overwhelmed. Here are some tips for getting organized.
Insulate- Insulate the attic, basement ceiling, and any crawl spaces to help keep the cold air out and save energy. You can also wrap the hot water heater in a blanket or insulation to keep it warm when it’s not in use. Here’s how…