Your Summer Home Improvement Projects for 2018

Summer has officially arrived! Now’s the perfect time to get going on those home improvement projects that you’ve been putting off because the weather’s too cold.

Need some persuading to stop lying around in the sun and get going? Here’s how you’ll benefit from starting your summer home improvement projects now.

Get rid of nagging jobs

Worried about that growing crack in your driveway? Or getting tired of drafts seeping through your window? Summer’s the perfect time to sort out these niggles – trust us, you’ll feel better once they’re sorted. Plus, replacing your windows in warm weather is much more convenient than having a chilly, drafty home in the winter.

Enjoy a beautiful home

You might not have thought about it, but you see a lot more of your home in the summer. More daylight in the mornings and evenings means that you (and any visitors) will notice more things inside your home than you normally do. And you’ll also spend more time in your garden and looking at the outside of your home. So, spruce it up now so you can enjoy looking at it all summer.

Add value to your property

Not only will fixing that minor roof leak or replacing old guttering make your home nicer for you, it’ll also add value. A well-maintained property is always going to fetch more than one that’s been neglected. Even if you’re not thinking of selling your home anytime soon, stay on top of your maintenance projects now to avoid a long list of jobs when the time comes.

Convinced? Try these 8 summer home improvement projects.

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Servicing your air con, building a new shed, repainting your walls or doing any other one of these projects is sure to benefit you and your home. But you can’t do everything on your own.

If you need help with your summer home improvement projects, fill in our online form. We’ll connect you with up to 4 local professionals who’ll be able to provide you with competitive quotes and help you transform your home.

Evy Coe

Evy works for Quotatis as a Content Marketing Executive. She loves to write about interior design and help homeowners with their DIY projects.