Home upgrading can get expensive very quickly. It’s difficult to pick and choose which home updates will be worth the money in the long run. However, updating your home doesn’t have to cost a fortune and you certainly don’t need to do a complete home renovation.
Here are some ways to update your home that are well worth the cost, time and effort and create a noticeable difference in your space. Some updates will even help you save money on your monthly electricity and gas bills.
4 Ways to Update Your Home that Are Worth the Money
1. Update your paint on various surfaces
Giving walls a fresh paint job is a great way to liven up your space. Don’t be afraid to add a splash of color to other surfaces too. Statement ceilings are currently trending and they can make for a beautiful eye-catching home feature.
2. Install a backsplash
Over time, backsplashes behind your kitchen sink or stove can lose their sparkle or appeal. They may even be degrading depending on the material due to water damage, excessive heat, and hot oil.
3. Change up the smaller elements in your home
Switching out your old light fixtures, doors, cabinet, drawers or door handles, is an easy and inexpensive way to renew your space. This is especially true for home elements that look outdated or worn.
Installing new ones have never been easier. There are peek and place temporary backsplashes that go on once the old backsplash has been removed.
4. Add energy-saving window treatments like plantation shutters
Plantation shutters can add a beautiful and elegant touch to your home. When you order from Eclipse Shutters, they’re easy to have installed and include a 25-year warranty.
Their plantation shutters allow you to control the lighting and privacy while giving your home a fresh new look. They even add a layer of insulation and help to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. Their high-quality plantation shutters are extremely durable and their energy efficiency could save you money on energy bills in the long run.
Contact Eclipse Shutters to learn more about our plantation shutters.