Maybe you’re preparing to sell your house soon. Or you’re trying to make wise home improvement decisions now to be in a good position to increase your home’s value over time. There are strategic ways you can paint your home that will boost your return on investment and possibly the sale price of your home?…Read More
In 2020, the DIY Network’s U.S. audience increased by 21% over the prior year. Home Depot and Lowe’s experienced banner sales in the third quarter of 2020: Home Depot’s same-store sales grew by 24.6% and Lowe’s surged by almost 30%. What do these numbers reveal? Homeowners are still up for the challenge of doing it…Read More
So you’re planning to paint your home’s brick exterior and are thinking about painting it white. Whether your look is tudor, modern farmhouse, colonial, or contemporary, white is both classic and fresh. And while it can feel like a safe bet, it’s anything but boring. Before you finalize your decision and bring home swatches of…Read More
Your home’s exterior paint plays a huge part in its curb appeal and affects its value. Maybe an entire refresh isn’t in the budget right now or you just want to spruce up some specific features. Focusing on a few details is a budget-friendly way to update the exterior of your home. Here are the…Read More
There are many motivators for updating your home’s paint including changing the look of a room, repurposing a space, matching walls to new furnishings, freshening faded or dated paint, or selling your home. However, the cost of painting (or at least people’s perception of it) is one of the top reasons people put off actually…Read More
You’ve heard “home is where the heart is,” countless times. But over the past year home has become where our office is, our school is, our house of worship is, and maybe even our movie theater. According to Home Advisor’s State of the Home Spending Report, 85% of people are spending more time in their home and 41% of respondents invested in home improvements last year to make their home better suited for their lifestyle.
When you’re not leaving the house as much, you’re more likely to notice wear and tear. Things that were minor irritations, like the paint color left behind by the previous owner, are now glaring at you seven days a week. More time at home also means more scuffs and scratches on your existing furnishings. Maybe your home is feeling less like a sanctuary and more like a source of frustration. What if one simple update could make a space you’re tired of a space you never want to leave?Read More
Fall is often the time of the year when commercial building owners and business owners start preparing their interiors for updates and repairs. For some, these regular annual maintenance tasks can end up becoming massive time, and resource drains for those who try to do everything with their own staff. Often, the most cost-effective thing…Read More