Renew Your Home For the New Year
2013 is already well on it’s way, and if you haven’t yet, it’s time to start thinking about what the year has in store for your home. Whether you want to do some serious home remodeling, or just redo the decor, there is never a better time to start planning than now.
Freshen up with a new coat of paint – What better way to start off the year than with a fresh new look? Repainting a room, or even just an accent wall is an easy project you can do yourself with a little work, and can liven up a room in a big way. Each new year always brings new trends in color, and different colors will have drastically different effects on the feel of the room, so it’s important to make sure you pick the right color.
Get organized – Odds are, you’re not using the space in your home the best you can, and because of this, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by clutter. This year, try tackling the mess with some organization projects. Maximizing the way you use your space will make any sized home feel bigger, and give you some piece of mind.
Make the most out of your outdoor space – While warm weather may just be a fleeting memory at the moment, Spring isn’t too far away, and you’ll be in shorts and a t-shirt before you know it. In 2013, think about what you can do to improve your outdoor space. Fire pits and decks are great way to create an inviting outdoor atmosphere for your family to enjoy. Even a bit of light landscaping will add beautiful touch to your home’s exterior.
Invest in your home with new windows or doors – Trends come and go, but making a real investment in your home is always a smart idea. Replacing your windows with long-lasting, and energy efficient windows and doors will not only make your home look better, but will also add real value to it. And, over time, you’ll get a real return on your investment through home energy savings.
So make 2013 the year you invest in your home. Contact us to see how replacement windows or doors from AHT can add value to your home for 2013 and many years to come.