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4 Ways to Transform Your Home Before 2022

You need to keep your home up to date in today’s fast-paced world since it is your castle and sanctuary. You can approach your 2022 goals with a fresh perspective if you remodel your house before the new year.  

Here are four ways to transform your home to welcome in the new year.

Install an outdoor kitchen to increase the value of your home.

Think about installing an outdoor kitchen on your deck. These have become increasingly popular in recent years because they are a fun way for friends and family to get together to eat, drink, cook, and talk. 

If you already have this set-up, consider installing special cabinets for outdoor kitchens, since these are made of durable materials like stainless steel to protect against the elements. With the convenience of cooking outdoors, it is easier to enjoy a memorable day with delicious food and good company.

Repaint your walls.

One of the easiest ways to make your home more cozy is to change the look and feel of any room by changing the color of the walls. Repaint your walls if the color is outdated, paint has started to chip and peel, or your tastes have changed. 

With plenty of colors and textures to choose from, it’s easy to transform your space. If you’re feeling bold, go for a vibrant hue. If you prefer to err on the side of caution, try a pale shade. And if you love simplicity, then try stress-reducing shades of blue, violet, green, or yellow.

Go green.

Reduce your water bill by installing environmentally friendly faucets and reduce your energy bill by adding new lighting fixtures and using LED bulbs. LED technology is available in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your specific needs. You can reduce your electricity bill by up to 80% without sacrificing style or quality.  

Other ways of making eco-friendly upgrades  —  such as installing solar panels, installing a tankless water heater, and swapping out old appliances  —  are more expensive up front, but they will save you money in the long run.

  • Solar panels will slash your energy costs. Because they can last for decades, they offer one of the best returns on investment for home improvements.
  • Tankless water heaters are growing more popular in the United States. Compared with traditional storage tanks, tankless heaters offer many benefits. They not only provide a more consistent flow of hot water, but they are also more energy-efficient and cheaper to own and maintain.
  • New appliances can reduce your energy consumption. These appliances are more efficient and will lower your bills. They are also safer for you and your family. As well as reducing utility bills, the latest high-tech appliances also reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change.

Spruce up your yard with shrubs.

Shrubs are a beautiful way to enhance your front or back yard. They can be used as a privacy hedge, or they can be planted end-to-end to create an impressive border. Shrubs will grow in almost any type of soil, and they’re easy to maintain, only requiring regular pruning.

By purchasing native or water-conserving vegetation, you can help your garden look great and save water. The most common native plant in the U.S. is the cotoneaster, a deciduous shrub that requires little maintenance in both cold winters and hot summers.

New Home, New Year

Making one or more of these changes before the end of the year will give your home a whole new feel, almost as if you’ve moved to a new place. So, what are you waiting for?


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