Summer projects

Summertime is here and the days are longer. What better time to tackle some of those home renovations. Don’t know where to begin? Here are some ideas…

~Remodel That Old Bathroom


The average bath remodel results in a 60% investment return. It doesn’t have to be grand. Just something up to date. You could even create a new half bath by converting a spare closet.

~Install Central Air


Installing central air results in greater cooling capacity and lower noise levels. Plus it’s just convenient. If you’ve ever had it, you’ll know what I mean.

~ Paint Your House


Invest in the value of your home and improve its curb appeal with a fresh coat of paint. Plus, this is a great time to inspect your siding for damage and repair it.

~Install New Windows


The reason is simple. Energy costs are increasing and it’s more expensive than ever to heat & cool your home. By far one of the most dramatic things you can do to improve your home’s energy efficiency is to replace those old leaky windows.

~Repair/Replace Your Roof


The typical roof is designed to last about 20 years, according to the National Roofing Contractors Association. Maintenance can extend a roof’s life five to 10 years.Always make sure it’s in great condition and it will protect your house and help with resale.

There are so many more home maintenance projects but this should get you started. Good luck!