Tuesday, December 9, 2014

It’s the Little Things That Count

Renovating or remodeling your home is not something that you should put off. Even though many major renovations may cost more money than you can afford to spend right now, there are plenty of smaller home improvements that you can do to significantly increase the value and appeal of your home in a major way.

Develop a plan. Even if you don’t have a great deal of money to contribute to this cause now, make a budget. Since you are renovating and replacing the little things, you can set aside a small amount of money each payday.

Take some time to assess your home and think about the ways that it can be made more efficient. Start off with appliances, your HVAC system, thermostats, light dimmers, walls, and floors. Change up the lighting in your rooms, use energy efficient light bulbs and try out different colors to help improve the mood and view in any room. Upgrade your utensils, dinnerware, faucets, and window treatments. You don’t have to do everything all at once. Simply take your time and start replacing the little things around your home first.

Although you may feel that major improvements are the way to go, they are not always practical for budget savvy homeowners. Remember, it’s the little details that count since they can make or break any home’s aesthetic appeal and function.

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