As winter begins to wind down, you may be itching to get a jump start on spring home improvement projects. While there are some restrictions on what you can do to your home’s exterior, there are plenty of projects you can undertake to improve your home, from mere aesthetics to improving your energy costs.
Adding a fresh coat of paint to your walls
While the humidity from rain and snow eliminates the possibility of painting outside, you can take this opportunity to transform the walls inside of your home! By adding crown molding or updating trim, you can add a personalized touch to your wall’s appearance. If the color of your walls has never struck a chord with you or you want to refresh your home, this is the ideal time to paint. Painting can give the room a new feel without the expense of a total renovation.
Updating your lighting scheme
Dreary winter days force you to stay inside, sometimes for days at a time. Updating your lighting plan around your home can make your home brighter and enhance many features of your hallways and entryways. If you don’t want to switch out your lamps or fixtures, you can replace the existing bulbs with LEDs, which add softer light to your home. LED lights also help save on electricity and energy costs because they radiate less heat and can come with dimmers.
Upgrading your doors and windows
One project you can take on before the weather improves can enhance the natural beauty of your home while also helping you save on energy costs. Older doors and windows are prone to drafts and provide minimal insulation. Vinyl windows are engineered to keep the air inside your home, so you can run your heating and air conditioning systems less often, saving you money in the long run. New doors and windows also increase the resale value and curb appeal of your home, which will help if you choose to relocate!
Vinyl Door & Window Manufacturing & Installation in Massachusetts & New Hampshire
If you are interested in installing replacement vinyl windows and doors in your home this spring, contact Coastal Industries! Our products are manufactured right in our headquarters in Haverhill, MA, and we service an expansive area for installation. No project is too big or too small for us! Coastal Industries can be reached by calling 978-373-1543 or by filling out our online contact form.