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Home Improvement Ideas That Won’t Break The Bank

Home Improvement Ideas That Won’t Break The Bank

Whether to enhance a home’s potential for sale, or simply to allow for greater use and enjoyment, home improvement is a big part of owning a property. While some major undertakings such as redoing a kitchen or bathroom can be very expensive, not every home improvement project has to cost an arm and a leg – and here are a few.

Storage: Who doesn’t want to get the most out of their living space? One way to do that is to add to the available storage. Most rooms have underused areas, such as corners or a vacant wall. With the right materials (and sufficient imagination) these blank spots can be transformed into shelving, cupboards and other storage areas.

Millwork: The addition of millwork, decorative wooden elements added to corners or along wall edges, adds character and an elegant richness to any room. Millwork may also include decorative products, such as mantels and door casings. As a bonus millwork products are easily installed using either nails, screws or even glues – a simple home improvement idea that can quickly transform the appearance of a room.

Restoring a Floor: Few things add warmth and a feeling of home to a property like wood – especially a wooden floor. But if your home is of an older generation its wooden floors may have become dull or even distressed in appearance after years of hard use. Fortunately, wood is the sort of material that can be brought back to its former glory with a little effort and elbow grease. By using a product that is specifically designed for wooden floors hardwood flooring can be restored to much of its original luster. Once enhanced, a yearly polishing is recommended to keep the gleam you’ve worked so hard to achieve.

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