Not only is an updated kitchen one of the best home renovations to boost your resale value (with an estimated 78.4 percent return on investment), but improving your kitchen can also lead to a more efficient and green-friendly home.
Soon the warm days will outnumber the cool ones. You’ll be able to get outdoors more often to get in the garden. You’ll need to tackle some gardening maintenance tasks and follow a lawn care schedule to keep your property in top shape.
Smart home technology is showing up in more devices every day, like washing machines: dryers, fridges, stoves, locks, lights and heating and air conditioning.
Bathrooms are the center of busy morning routines, nightly regimens, and a variety of basic needs throughout the day. With all this activity comes clutter, and in a typically small room like the bathroom, you can’t afford to waste space on items you don’t need.
From changing water filters to compiling a home inventory, your January home maintenance tasks focus on some often neglected areas that will really give your home a fresh start in the new year.
When it comes to expanding your living conditions, there is no one-size-fits-all solution since so many variables are at play, says Siegel. “At the end of the day it’s a personal decision,” Siegal said.