Keep Your New Year’s Renovation Resolutions
January 1, 2017
A new year means a fresh new start, and for the home improvement junkie that means starting new projects. The only problem, it’s winter. The cold weather can put a damper on some DIY, but that doesn’t mean your hands are completely tied. There are plenty of smaller projects you can take on during the colder months. Here are some simple ideas to get you started.
You know that old ceiling fan, the one in the guest bedroom/den/basement? Well, now’s the time to rip it out and replace it with a new one. Not only will it give you something to fix, but a new ceiling fan can help cut down on energy and heating costs by redistributing all that warm air.
Once that fan is taken care of, you can move onto all those loose towel racks and toilet paper holders (you know the ones we’re talking about). Now’s the time to finally fix or replace them, and give your fixtures a design upgrade.
Winter is the perfect time to improve the lighting situation in your home. Whether it’s switching out old light bulbs for new energy efficient versions, replacing a dated overhead light, or adding some sconces or table and floor lamps, the dark days of winter are the perfect time to add a little more light to your home.
Kick off your new year with a bang and a few other home improvement projects. Schedule your DirectBuy overview now!