Income tax season is right around the corner. If you’re looking to have your home remodeled, you can use that money to help fund your home improvement project. That’s if the IRS is going to owe you money for the work year. If you’re one of the people who will be receiving thousands of dollars from the IRS, then you should begin making plans ahead of time. This is the perfect time to begin putting aside money to put with your income tax return as well. Some of the home remodeling projects you can take up include the following.
Update Your Dated Appliances
One thing a couple of thousand dollars will help you do is replace the dated appliances in your kitchen and laundry room. If your refrigerator, washing machine, dishwasher or stove are over a decade old, then you should begin looking for energy efficient appliances that will save you money, will making your home look great. Just look for the Energy Star label on appliances before you purchase.
Give Your House Paint a Facelift
Repainting your home’s interior and exterior can go a long way. It doesn’t cost too much to do and you’ll love the outcome. You can either use the same colors or go with something a bit different. If you’re planning a remodel, then you should try switching things up a bit with new décor and all.
Don’t Overlook Your Landscape
The curb appeal of your home has everything to do with the way your yard looks. If it’s looking a bit shabby, then why not put money aside to have it redone? This would include having shrubs and flowers planted, your grass cut and fed, so that it can grow lusciously. You could even include décor, such as accent lights, ornamentals and cobble stone paths. Depending on your budget, you’ll be able to do a lot!
Redo Your Kitchen and Bathroom Floors
Just by having your floors redone can make a room look like new. If you only have a little bit of money to work with, a full bathroom or kitchen remodel may not be ideal. Simply doing the floors could be enough to revamp these areas. However, if you are going to want to replace your cabinets any time soon, then you should start with that, so that your floors don’t get ruined.
Fix and Replace Aged Fixtures
Take a look around your home to see if there are aged fixtures that need to be fixed or replaced, such as your faucets, overhead lights, shower heads, cabinet handles and outdoor lights. These can all be upgraded with new ones with the help of a contractor.
Finding a contractor to help you plan your future home remodel is ideal. Contact CA Green Remodeling today to see how we can help you!