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Improve Your Home With These Handy Tips

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Home improvement projects range from simplistic, such as adding a coat of paint, to increasingly complicated, such as adding a bedroom to a home. Either way, these tips should help you avoid any unnecessary headaches and frustration.


Minor home improvements have a small but cumulative effect on property value. Setting and achieving modest goals for repair and improvement projects is a good way to keep home value moving upwards. These "little fixes" are cheaper and faster than major renovations and can even make a fun leisure activity for the handy homeowner.
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Many tenants who are renting an apartment or home are in a pickle when landlords don't allow tenants to paint the walls in a different color or take off the wallpaper that doesn't suit their tastes. A great way to get around this is by purchasing flat bed sheets (the unfitted kind) and tacking them in a pleasing design on the wall. This will not harm the underlying wallpaper or paint and can add a touch of personality that won't displease the landlord.

Maybe the house or apartment you're living in is great, but the view to the outside is not. If you have any offending sights that you wish to conceal, consider putting some plants or flowers on your window sill or in a window box. If you would like to take drastic measures in concealing your offending view, plant some shrubs or large trees in front of your window. This can ensure that you have a nicer view.

Organize your closet by purchasing some designer paper boxes. You can usually find paper boxes with a nice patterned design at your local store. Use these boxes to organize your seasonal clothing, hide winter accessories, purses you aren't using or shoes you won't need for a while. Using patterned paper boxes makes the layout of your closet appear more organized and provide a hiding spot for things you're not using.

Instead of investing in all new furniture, you may consider having your current furniture repaired and reupholstered by a professional. Many times older furniture is higher quality and with some affordable repairs and refurbishing you will have better furniture for less money than when you invest in low-price new furniture.

A great home improvement tip is to run a criminal background check on any potential repairman you're considering. You definitely don't want a convicted criminal inside your home, with access to all of your private information. Running a criminal background check on potential contractors is easy and will save you a great deal of stress.

Improving your home yourself in anyway can be a fun, rewarding experience, but this can also be a disaster. Before starting any projects, make sure you research what you're doing first. Getting halfway through any home improvement project only to find you're doing something wrong is a nightmare waiting to happen.

Home improvement is not necessarily overwhelming. You can make better decisions when you have the proper information. Whether your hire someone to do the work for you or not, you are going to enjoy your newly remodeled home!

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7 comments:

  1. Great tips! I would love to do all these but only when I have my own house someday. For now, I can only do so little with our rented apartment. If I do home improvement here, it would have to be following certain apartment rules and regulations.

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  2. I have always wanted to do some improvement in our home, but I don't know where to start at the same time I'm afraid I'm going to mess up the paint or the wall paper. So it never happens. These are some great tips though.

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  3. That criminal background check for repairman is something. Oh that's scary to hire someone like that. When we do hire someone to come in, we make sure that someone referred them to us.

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  4. i need to start making improvements including getting the yard done up

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  5. We have done some renovations and it makes the value of our house a little higher.

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  6. I wish someday we can afford to improve our old house back in Kansas. We have done a little bit of reno, but I still want somethings put in, someday.

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  7. In the near future, we are going to remodel our house. Kids are getting bigger and needed more space! Thanks for the tips!

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