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What Change Will You Make This National Home Improvement Month?


National Home Improvement month is back! Every year, millions of homeowners and renters get involved to make a change to their property and this year is no different.

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Maybe you’ve got a large renovation project in mind that you’ve been wanting to start for a while, or perhaps you just want to get on top of your to do list and finally start ticking off a few jobs, either way now’s the time to finally get it done and start falling back in love with your home.

Need some inspiration? Here’s 3 home improvement ideas to help get you started:

Update your kitchen cabinets

No longer is the kitchen just an idyllic space for cooking, it has become a multifunctional room that the whole family can enjoy, especially if you have an open plan kitchen/diner. But as we’re spending more and more time in the kitchen, it can easily become tired and dated.

Thankfully you don’t need to splash out on a brand new kitchen to bring it back to life as you can save money by upcycling what you already have. Freshen up your cabinetry with a few coats of paint, not only is this a budget friendly option but it’s also really easy to do and will completely transform the room.

Freshen up the walls with removable wallpaper

Stunning wallpaper without the mess? It almost sounds too good to be true! Removable wallpaper is a much simpler alternative to paint or traditional wallpaper. Plus, it’s commitment-free which is great if you’ve always fancied creating a dramatic feature wall in your home.

From geometric to floral, you’ll find a huge range of patterns and styles to choose from. And if you change your mind, you can simply peel it off. Yes, it really is as easy as that!

Increase your home’s kerb appeal

First impressions really do count when it comes to your home, especially if you’re planning on putting it on the market, so make sure the exterior is doing the rest of your home justice by keeping it well maintained.

A quick power wash of your pathway will remove any dirt and make it look as good as new, whilst trimming back overgrown plants and getting rid of unwanted weeds will instantly make your property look neat and tidy.

Small changes can make a big difference, but if you really want to make an impact and be the envy of the whole street, you should consider investing in a new front door. Not only will your guests be greeted with a warm welcome, but it will also make coming home that little bit more inviting.

Here at West Yorkshire Windows, we’ve been improving homes throughout Yorkshire for over 25 years and so if your home improvement projects require a professional, get in contact with us today.


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