The month of March is upon us, and the temperature is finally rising.
So you know what that means: it’s finally time to start tackling those outdoor Spring Home Improvement projects!
HGTV notes that making even small improvements can dramatically increase the value of your home, and Spring is definitely the time to get those done.
Here are 5 small jobs you can do to make your home look as good as the warm weather feels.
Install a New Door
A new door is an instant improvement, and provides value year-round. But the best time to install one is as part of your Spring Home Improvement schedule.
Adding a new door will give you some serious new curb appeal, and you can even paint it red to show the world that you’ve paid off your mortgage.
Stain Your Deck
What better way to enjoy the returning sunshine than by sitting out on your backyard deck? This Spring Home Improvement tip is a double-whammy: not only does a new stain on that old wood look great, but it’ll protect your deck throughout the entire year.
Staining your deck is a quick, affordable way to enhance your backyard. Most staining jobs are done in about 3-4 hours and won’t cost over $500.
You should also look into giving your deck a power wash. Constant outdoor exposure can take a toll on the wood, and make repairs more costly and frequent. A power wash can blast away the dirt and grime that can cause permanent damage to your deck.
Check out this before and after video to see how a simple power wash can make bring your deck back to life.
There are a lot of sayings about fences.
Good fences make good neighbours.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.
One can even “sit on the fence” with one’s opinion.
With all of this activity happening around your fences, you might want to make “fence improvement” one of your Spring Home Improvement projects. So, on the first sunny weekend this month, go out and take stock of your fence.
Are there any broken boards?
What about the lattice?
And how are the posts holding up?
Even if your fence is in good repair, it’s a good idea to paint your fence again, and give it a refreshed look. Just because it keeps things out doesn’t mean it can’t be welcoming.
Put up A Hose Reel
If you’ve got a garden, lawn, or one of those tiny little kiddie pools, you’ll be using your hose a few times this Spring and Summer. But if you don’t have a hose storage solution, you might not even want to bother watering the flowers.
Odd Job handyman has got you covered.
An outdoor hose reel can be mounted to the side of your house for easy storage. So there’s no more struggling to wind it back up after use, and no more hose on the ground. See a video about it here.
Can you think of any more Spring home improvement projects? Get an estimate from Odd Job today!