The month of April brings a lot of lovely things—warmer temperatures, beautiful flowers, greenery–and maybe some tax return money. Typically, the sum isn’t enough to tackle a major home renovation, but there are plenty of improvements you can put the funds towards that will boost the appeal and value of your home. If you have been putting off some of these projects, now is the perfect time to reconsider.
- Organizational Solutions
This goes hand in hand with your spring cleaning. But before you go spending your refund on bins, boxes, and shelves, make sure you purge first. By clearing and decluttering your closet, bedroom, living space, and pantry, you will have less to store. Then, once you know what you are keeping, you can shop for the right organizational products to keep your home clean and organized. Simplifying in this way can make all the difference in how you view and feel about your home.
- Painting and Caulking
Sometimes you don’t need a full update to make a change in your home. Over time, walls, baseboards, and window sills can get scuffed and grubby. Give them a good cleaning and you will see exactly where caulking and touchups are needed. If you are looking to paint an accent wall or make a statement with the trim, your tax return can go a long way towards purchasing the paint and tools you will need.
- Boosting Curb Appeal
Your exterior and entryway has a huge impact on how guests and passersby feel about your home. New house numbers, exterior lights, shrubs, and a new mailbox could be the perfect change. For even more impact, paint your front door and the trim around your windows. You can choose a bold dark color to compliment the rest of your exterior, or keep it simple, light, and clean. Either way, these improvements will give you a bigger payoff.
- New Entry or Patio Doors
Sometimes paint, caulking, and new weather-stripping just doesn’t cut it. But replacing the doors in your home will go a long way toward improving your home. Not only will this renew the aesthetic, but it can improve the functionality and efficiency as well. The money from your tax return could be just enough to cover these improvements from top to bottom.
- Replacing Old Windows
Leaky windows can cost you in energy losses and compromise the value of your home. But with replacement windows in Long Beach, CA, you can turn the tables on old leaky windows. Granted, your tax return may not be enough to cover the entire project. But depending on how much you get back, it could give you what you need to get started. Plus, with up to a 75% return on your investment, this is one improvement you will certainly want to consider if you plan to sell your home in the near future.
If you want to use some of your tax return for new doors or windows, start by calling 714-220-3939. The professionals of Seaport Windows and Doors can provide a free, in-home consultation. Or you can stop by 4201 Katella Ave., Los Alamitos, CA 90720 to take a look at the doors and windows we offer.
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