New Home. New Style.

New Home. New Style.

Most homeowners purchase new homes to accommodate their modern lifestyle and avoid some of the home improvement headaches that are common with older houses. While newer homes might reduce renovation expenses, a recently built house can sometimes look a lot like your neighbors’. Here are a few tricks to help your home stand out in your neighborhood.

Find Pros Personalize it with paint

Nothing personalizes a home like paint. That’s why it’s one of the first projects many homeowners undertake when they move into a new home. Whether you want to increase your home’s exterior appeal or cover up the previous homeowner’s questionable color choices, painting is an easy and affordable way to personalize your home.

Let landscaping reflect your style

Love to spend your evenings relaxing outside? Install a pergola, buy some comfortable patio furniture and string up lights to create the perfect outdoor entertaining area. You can also use your imagination to build a play area that will keep your kids entertained for hours on end. Last but not least, create a customized landscaping plan that reflects your styles and tastes.

Relax in style with a bathroom remodel

A newer home means a newer bathroom. Which means no need to remodel, right? Not so fast. Just because your bathroom is in good shape doesn’t mean you can’t improve it. You can add another sink to the master bath to make your mornings easier, upgrade your countertops with something a bit more upscale or swap out your cabinet pulls and light fixtures for a quick and affordable upgrade.

Free up your time with a cleaning service

You might be asking what hiring a cleaning service has to do with personalizing your new home. No, a cleaning service won’t personalize your home, but what it will do is free up your time so you can spend more of it enjoying your new surroundings. Whether it’s once a month, once a quarter or after your annual holiday party, hiring a cleaning service is a great way to keep your home looking fresh throughout the year.

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