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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

How Can I Make My Home Improvement Project More Cost-Effective?

Once you've decided to complete a home improvement project, one of the first things that comes to mind is how you can save money on the process. Luckily, there are a wide range of strategies you can implement to make your home improvement endeavors as cost-effective as possible. Here are three of them:
1. Shop Online.

One of the best ways to save money with your home improvement project is by shopping online. Shopping online is a great way to save time you would have otherwise spent standing in long lines and dealing with difficult traffic. This time equals money. With that idea in mind, you should go online now and do a keyword search for the type of furniture store that offers the home decor products you're interested in. If you're looking for wicker furniture, be sure to swing by the Wicker Paradise website. The company offers a wide range of excellent furniture products at affordable prices.

2. Host A Yard Sale.

As you start to put new furniture in your house, you'll likely need to get rid of your old furniture. One great way to do this is by hosting a yard sale. This way, you can make money on the old furniture that is no longer of use to you. The money you earn can then be used to buy new items. To get the most out of your yard sale, make sure that you advertise effectively so you can obtain a big turnout and maximize your profits.

3. Hire An Interior Decorator.

Oftentimes, homeowners avoid the process of getting professional help with their home improvement project because they believe it will cost too much money. However, hiring an interior decorator can save you money in the long run. This is the case for several reasons, including the fact that the interior decorator can help you select durable, high quality furniture that doesn't need to be replaced as quickly as the bargain products you planned to purchase.

Don't Delay-Get Your Home In Great Shape Today!

 If you're serious about getting your house in great shape, All Around Roofing and Exteriors believes completing a home improvement project is a good idea. To ensure that you can improve the appearance and functionality of your residential property without breaking the bank, try shopping online, hosting a yard sale, and investing in the services of a professional interior decorator!

23 Smart Readers SAID::

Masshole Mommy said...

Having a yard sale is a win/win. You make some money AND get rid of the stuff you no longer need or want.

Soiree Design Studio said...

I'm all about the yard sale! We have so much stuff after each season with the kids growing out of their clothes and losing interest in toys.

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

These are great tips. I'm a huge fan of yard sales. I get rid of some stuff, and I make a little cash. Win/win!

Jeannette said...

We just moved into a house I can't wait until we can start fixing up our way and making the house more personal.

Liz mays said...

These are awesome ideas. I need to clear out some of my things from storage by having a garage sale. I could pick up some new furniture online with the extra cash.

Joshua Infantado said...

These are truly wonderful tips. All of us need some cost-efficient home improvement guides. :)

Bonnie Gowen said...

I love having yard sales. It's a really great idea. Great post with great ways to make home improvements.

Deal Match Maker said...

Great idea.. i love yard sales.. sell stuff we don't need and earn cash.

Thirty Something Super Mom said...

Great tips! It's so important to save money when tackling home improvements because you never know what you may run into during the process, that is how it always works for me.

Dogvills said...

These are great ideas. Having a yard sale is a great idea. You get rid of the clutter and you earn money at the same time.

NPC said...

What great ideas! We haven't had a yard sale but, it's a great way to declutter.

adriana nudo said...

Such great ideas! Yard sales can be really fun!!!

Ann B said...

I love the idea of hiring an interior decorator. It is money well spent as someone puts together the room that you envision.

alexandria waning said...

I know we are going to do some upgrades in our kitchen after the holidays. I am already thinking about to save money there. I would love to change everything, but...

Ckrusch said...

Love your ideas! It's always so hard to have a yard sale, though! Lots of work!

Lisa said...

Great tips! I am always looking to save a couple of bucks!

Janet Krugel said...

These are great tips! I wish we could do remodel stuff around our house, but we are renters so we just do superficial changes from time to time.

Shaney Vijendranath said...

Thinking shopping online is a great idea, sometimes you will get a good discount.

Mimicutelips said...

Great tips, I believe in shopping online and comparing prices. That has been the biggest savings, the Mister is handy so that helps a lot.

CourtneyLynne said...

These are some great tips! I'm all about online shopping. I always manage to save money that way

Maggie Branch said...

I am all about a good garage sale. Some of the best stuff in my house has been bought at garage sales. It is interesting though his you put the interior designer into a different perspective though. I never thought about it like that.

Sarh Snarski said...

Have a yard sale is my favorite on the list! Just clearing everything out for the yard sale and NOT taking anything back in would help my home out so much! Plus, then that money could be used for new improvements.

jared's mum said...

great tips for those who would like to prettify their home. I am all for having a garage sale + I could really use one to clear up some space in our little home.

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