It’s a new year, and most of us have a renewed interest in improving ourselves and our lives as a whole. It’s also a great time to review how you can improve your home to get it healthy in the upcoming year. If a costly kitchen update is not in the cards, consider refreshing the paint and replacing the faucet. If you don’t have the time or energy for a total yard rehaul, a new front door can increase curb appeal, energy efficiency, and security. Sometimes little details make all the difference in improving functionality, enhancing appearance, and boosting value. Keep in mind that the rooms that benefit the most from even small renovations are the kitchen and bathrooms, so concentrate your efforts there for the biggest return on investment.
Over the next 12 months, apply the same resolutions to get in shape and be healthier to your house as you do to yourself and reap the rewards!