Items To Renovate After Moving Into Your New Home

Items To Renovate After Moving Into Your New Home
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    The home-buying process is so convoluted and stressful that few buyers spend the time to contemplate potential renovations until they move in.

    Once they're established, they realize that there's still plenty of work to be done in order to achieve the house of their dreams.

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If you’re not sure where to start, here are a few post-move home renovations ideas.

Install New Door Locks

When moving into a house, the first step you should take is to lock down the security of your new domicile. Locksmiths recommend that new homeowners have their exterior locks swapped out within the first few days of settling in to their houses. After all, you never know who might have a matching key to your old locks.

Replace Non-Hardwood Flooring

If your new home is blessed with plenty of hardwood floors, that’s a good thing. For the most part, new homeowners are likely to encounter a mix of lousy carpet and vinyl. Do yourself a favor and refresh the floors with a laminate solution like Pergo that can add a touch of class to any room.

Give the Walls a Makeover

Considering how integral they are to the overall feel of any home, it’s sort of amazing how often homeowners neglect their walls. Once you’ve moved in, spend some time painting or wallpapering your new digs to fit make it really feel like home. Personalized moldings will enhance the custom look of your refreshed walls immensely.

Upgrade the Bathrooms

Few rooms in any home are more personal than the bathroom. It’s no surprise that new homeowners want to put their personal stamp on them as soon as possible. You can easily and economically customize any bathroom with a bit of beadboard, a new tile arrangement and perhaps some artisan faucets or fixtures to match.

Re-Do the Storage Your Way

Arguably the best way to renovate a new home is to add some custom storage spaces. From under-the-stairs shelves to entryway nooks, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to stowing away random junk. Nowadays, storage space innovation has hit an all-time high as homeowners look to maximize space usage and utility.

Looking at the Big Picture

What you get from your home renovations is a direct function of the effort that you put in. Whatever you plan on doing with your new pad, focus on quality components and attention to detail. You’ll thank yourself later as the resale value of your home grows by leaps and bounds.

Install a Closet System

Installing a closet system helps you make the most use out of your available space. You can add more shelving, overhead storage, hooks, shoe compartments etc. Improving your storage spaces after moving in makes unpacking less stressful. You don’t want to start unpacking and realize you don’t have enough space for everything. Plan ahead and you shouldn’t have any problems.

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