Home improvements don’t have to be a financial burden. With smart planning and creativity, you can transform your home without emptying your wallet. In this blog post, we’ll explore four ways to save on your home improvement projects.
1. Explore Energy-Efficiency Options
Take advantage of ENERGY STAR® certified products to help save money on energy costs while enhancing your home’s beauty. American homeowners can explore rebate programs and incentives to support their energy-efficient upgrades. Gentek BarrierXP PriME insulated glass packages are expertly constructed for superior energy efficiency. This innovative glass technology is available with select Gentek windows and sliding patio doors, can help reduce homeowner heating and cooling energy use, and may qualify for federal tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
2. Make Impactful Changes with Small Upgrades
Focus on small, impactful changes that can breathe new life into your space. Consider updating fixtures or adding new cabinet hardware for an instant upgrade. A fresh coat of paint can work wonders, giving your home a renewed look and feel. Don’t overlook the power of accessories – swap out towels and shower curtains to transform the look of your bathroom without breaking the bank.
3. Embrace Smart Organization
Create an organized and clutter-free home by repurposing items you already have. To keep things organized, utilize affordable storage solutions such as bins, baskets, and shelves. A “one-in, one-out” mindset can help prevent clutter from accumulating over time.
4. Prioritize Routine Home Maintenance
Regular, proactive maintenance is key to avoiding costly repairs down the road. Replace HVAC air filters regularly to help maintain efficiency and prolong the life of your heating and cooling system. Keep your gutters clear to prevent water damage, and conduct periodic inspections of your home’s exterior to identify any signs of damage that may require attention.