With so many homeowners stuck at home during the pandemic, there’s been a boom in DIY home projects.
With summer ending and fewer outdoor activities on the calendar, now’s the time to plan for a project that’s affordable – and doable. Family Handyman offers 10 projects that cost a little but can yield great results. Best of all, they can be accomplished by even the most inexperienced home improvers. Consider a bathroom mini makeover for under $500, lighting improvements for under $200, organizing a closet for a mere $100 or creating a cheerful and functional laundry center for a few hundred bucks. These projects can add beauty, style and pizzazz to your home – and could even make it more saleable if you decide to put it on the market in the spring.
If that’s your goal, be sure to check in with Vanguard Realty Associates. We’ll help you focus on the improvements that will be most attractive to buyers.