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6 Winter Home Improvement Projects

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  • Most people tend to renovate their homes in the spring or summer.

    It makes sense: warm weather and sunny days are optimal and for any DIY home project.

    However, people can still take advantage of the cold months for their renovations.

    Anyone interested in fixing up their living area must know these simple, inexpensive winter home improvement projects to turn their fixer-upper into a paradise.

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Install a smart thermostat

Notes:

  • A simple transition into a tech-savvy household is replacing your old thermostat with a new, eco-friendlier model.
  • Programmable thermostats and smart thermostats allow you to control your home’s temperature from your phone, tablet, or computer. You can even set a personalized heating schedule for your convenience.
  • Smart thermostats can save you hundreds of dollars from the reduced energy consumption.
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Repaint (selecting your color)

Notes:

  • Although it might seem strange, winter can be a great time to repaint your home.
  • Newly painted walls are ideal for visual stimulation during the dark nights and cold days. They can lift your mood and change the aesthetic of the room. Plus, painting is a great indoor activity for the whole family.
  • For more creativity, you can also repaint tile, paneling, or furniture. Even better, less moisture and humidity in the air is better for your paint to cure and dry.
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Add insulation

Notes:

  • This is another cost-saving technique for the winter. Insulating your attic, basement, or crawlspace is crucial for saving money and energy.
  • This will prevent heat loss, which in turn will reduce your electric bill and make your home more sustainable.
  • Make sure your pipes are also properly insulated to avoid bursts. As the temperature drops, water can freeze and pressurize and rupture the pipes.
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Touch up your fireplace

Notes:

  • Add some new features to your fireplace to make your home festive and cozy. Possible updates for your fireplace depend on how old it is and what you already have to work with.
  • Some basic renovations include adding glass fireplace doors for protection and rebricking your fireplace’s interior. Over time, the brick can deteriorate and make your fireplace unsafe.
  • If your fireplace’s interior is fine, add a mantel to fix up the exterior. Consider using floating mantel brackets to support heavy-duty mantels made of granite or stone.
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Seal up cracks and leaks

Notes:

  • Sealing openings and air leaks will make your home more energy-efficient. Seal seams around windows and doors with caulk, waterproof sealant, or weather-stripping.
  • Taking this precaution will also reduce outside noise, better control the humidity, prevent pollen and insects from entering, and lower the chance of ice dams on your roof.
  • Taking this step is especially important during the winter months.
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Declutter your rooms

Notes:

  • Everyone has heard of spring cleaning, but there’s nothing stopping you from getting a head start and cleaning up in the winter. Decluttering rooms is a great winter activity, since you’re primarily stuck indoors.
  • Simply spend a little time each day or week to declutter a room. Don’t try to tackle it all at once, or you’ll feel overwhelmed and discouraged.
  • CONCLUSION to keep track of your decluttering project, maintain a checklist of items that you can track and check off.

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