Summer means cooking out, swimming and, of course, home maintenance. If you’re not sure where to start with that last one, try one of these projects:
Give your walkways and home exterior a high-power shower, but follow the sprayer’s instructions to prevent damage.
Whether you hire or DIY, protect exterior wood from the elements.
This home facelift is best suited for warmer months conducive to outdoor work.
While inexpensive, ceiling fans provide energy-efficient cooling.
Clear the sediment to get more hot water.
The ROI for this project averages 74 percent for major redos and nearly 83% for minor remodels, according to the “Cost vs Value” report published by Remodeling Magazine in 2014.
Outdoor living spaces provide a place to cook and entertain.
Get a checkup on those plumbing problems or faulty electrical.
Repair your buckling walkways and driveway.
Old windows can leave you feeling a draft, while new ones can cut your home energy costs in summer and winter.
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Author:This article was written by James Figy, Angie’s List.