Spring is a time when many people turn their thoughts towards home improvement projects they can tackle to make their home a more beautiful, pleasant place to be.
If you’re itching to get started on some home improvement projects, here are 3 things for both the inside and outside of your home to put on your to-do list:
Whether you want to go all-in on your kitchen remodel or just give it a quick facelift, a kitchen renovation project is one of the best interior home improvement projects to tackle. Even small upgrades in your kitchen can pay dividends when you decide it’s time to sell your home.
Take a look at the whole picture – cabinets, appliances, floors, and lighting – when looking for kitchen remodeling ideas.
If you’re looking to take on this project, finding reputable home remodeling companies near you is important. The right kitchen remodeling companies can help you plan a project that perfectly meets your goals, budget, timeline and exceeds expectations.
Putting new floors in your home, or even rehabbing ones that need a little extra help, can breathe life into your home.
If you’ve been itching to get rid of the dingy carpeting and replace it with hardwood, or you’ve already got hardwoods that need some extra TLC, now is the time to give this one a go.
Even redoing the floors in one or two rooms in your home can make a big difference overall.
Your bathroom takes a beating, with lots of moisture, grime, and germs circulating.
Even giving the walls a once-over with some fresh paint, adding new trim, or rehabbing the vanity with some stain or paint can give you the new look you need.
And if you’re short on time, hiring great bathroom remodeling contractors can make the project stress-free.
If your home’s siding is in disrepair or outdated, it can bring the overall look and curb appeal of your home down. Additionally, siding that’s broken, damaged, or loose can leave your home vulnerable to bugs, rodents, and rain, causing expensive damage. Give your home’s exterior an immediate facelift and save some money on energy bills with updated siding that looks as great as it performs.
Pests of all types, big and small, can cause big problems for the look of the outside of your home. Termites, moles, and grubs can leave your lawn looking brown and dull, full of holes, and lifeless.
Wikilawn recommends that you spend the spring putting a pest control plan into place so you get ahead of any potential problems moving into summer before bugs and other pests begin hatching out.
If you play your cards right, your summer will be spent maintaining these pest control measures instead of trying to control infestations.
Aerating your lawn can help oxygenate the roots, promoting healthy growth and even reversing soil compaction.
By aerating your lawn in the spring, you can help the grass grow strong and hardy all summer long, giving you a lush, green lawn during the warmer months. Following up an aeration treatment with proper fertilizing, watering, and maintenance gives you gorgeous curb appeal.
Your lawn will be ready to host all those backyard barbecues, pool parties, and lawn games with a little extra work and care as the weather begins to warm up.
There are a virtually endless number of projects you can tackle to get a jumpstart on improving the exterior and interior of your home. With a little creativity and elbow grease, you can find a project that fits your budget and goals.