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Top 4 Home Improvement Projects for the End of Summer

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1. Renovate the guest room. If you welcomed guests over the summer, then you had an opportunity to discover whether your guest room is as comfortable and convenient as you hoped. If your guest room is so uncomfortable (or non-existent) that you herded guests into your bedroom instead, maybe it’s time for an upgrade. A dormer or loft bed might be the right fix for a room that’s too small; repainting the walls and refinishing the floors might bring new life to a room that’s dark and dingy; and new windows and better fitting doors will keep the room temperature comfortable.

2. Clean out your garage or attic. Custom storage in the garage or attic can help you stay decluttered. You might also find that the garage is large enough to create a separate mud room; an attic might become another bedroom. Once you clean each area, you’ll have a better idea of its potential for a home improvement project.

3. Make your life easier. Build a shed for convenient storage of equipment you use outdoors; construct a pergola over a patio or deck so that next year you aren’t roasted by the sun; install outdoor lighting to brighten the path to your front door, especially as the days get shorter; or widen the front steps and upgrade the railing to enhance curb appeal and safety.

4. Fix the gutters, roof and chimney. The weather may be dry now, but in short order rain will fall, leaves will pile up and snow will cover everything. If your gutters, roof or chimney are faulty, you should have them repaired now before the fall and winter bring mold, leaks and ice dams.

The team at WORKS by Jesse DeBenedictis can help you with any of these end-of-summer home improvement projects and much more.


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