Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean the house projects have to end. Instead, this might just be an exciting time to conquer something on your to-do list. With life still on hold for many, this time frame opens up the ability to accomplish something around the home. Here are three things you may want to tackle.
Add Pavers to the Yard
This one does require entering the heat; however, it could add value to your home and act as a summer retreat. Tear up that backyard patio, and upgrade to a new look. The traditional build was concrete–stable but not necessarily attractive. With pavers, you create a colorful flooring that is not only durable but could be easier to fix down the road. As settling occurs or things chip, you can repair one or two much easier than repairing an entire floor. If concrete is already in place, you’ll want to break it up for a clear ground. Work with concrete services Orlando fl to inspect what is below, avoiding any damage to foundations or piping.
Paint a Room (or Rooms)
Pick a room (or more than one depending on your level of boredom) that you don’t love. Then, browse paint colors online. Many stores even offer software that allows you to snap a photo and see the area in a different shade. Simply order your favorite color (something that inspires you to be happy), and grab it curbside. Now, you have a project that hopefully excites you and keeps you busy.
Organize the Garage and Closets
As you sit and stare at clutter, growing frustrated, realize that there is a solution. Start searching home improvement stores for their organization systems. Then, hope on online and see how it’s done. Pick one spot as a starting point. Clean house, sorting what you want and do not want. Then, begin transforming the section. When it’s done, hopefully everything has a new place, safe and hidden from sight.
Embrace a bit of change. It could make the summer a bit brighter.