Home Improvement Ideas

Dated: 10/17/2016

Views: 119

Mail - Barb Myers - Outlook
Replace hardware

Knobs, door pulls, and handles can be purchased for a few dollars each at the home improvement store. Check out thrift stores or flea markets to save some money or to create a unique look. In the bathroom, replace the shower head, faucet, stoppers, and caulking. Clean the grout. Replace light fixtures in both rooms. A fresh coat of paint can also help refresh both spaces.
Offer creative storage options

Everyone needs more space for things. Manufacturers are constantly upping their storage game by creating containers, racks, and bins that fit in the tight spaces under sinks, inside of cabinets, and in closets. Maximize blank wall space by adding shelves. Disguise clutter in pretty baskets and bins. Add a few pieces of furniture that serve multiple purposes such as a bench that opens for storage or a portable island that you can move around as needed.
Upgrade appliances
If your appliances are relatively new but don’t match, you can purchase new face panels or doors from the manufacturer. Home improvement stores also sell peel and stick decorative decals for some added flair. If your appliances are aging, this might be a good time to start replacing them. New appliances are always a good selling point in real estate. If you’re worried about your appliances conking out on you later on, you may want to look into a home warranty for some added peace of mind. Warranties are often transferable when you sell your home.
Blog author image

Greg Flanagan

Greg is a seasoned agent having helped over 250 families sell their current homes and purchase the home of their futures. ....

Want to Advertise on this Site?

Latest Blog Posts

Getting PreApproved Should Always Be Your First Step

In many markets across the country, the number of buyers searching for their dream homes greatly outnumbers the number of homes for sale. This has led to a competitive marketplace where

Read More

A Tale Of Two Markets

Some Highlights: A trend that has been emerging for some time now is the contrast between inventory & demand in the Premium & Luxury Markets vs. the Starter & Trade-Up Home Markets and what that,

Read More

The COST Of Your Next Home Will Be LESS Than Your Parents Home Was

There is no doubt that the price of a home in most regions of the country is greater now than at any time in history. However, when we look at the cost of a home, it is

Read More

Mortgage Interest Rates Have Begun To Level Off

Whether you are a buyer searching for your first home, or a homeowner looking to move up to your next home, you should pay attention to where mortgage interest rates are heading.Over the course of

Read More