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Home Renovation Projects That Will Save You Money

Buying a new home is such an exciting achievement and can keep you busy for years to come with improvements, modifications and customizations. Renovations can be a lot of fun and you can get them done your way and create the home you see in your future. There are a number of renovations you can do that aren’t quite as exciting but can cost you a lot of money in the long run. Take a look at these money saving projects and think about whether or not they are right for you.

Installing new windows. New home windows can help you save hundreds of dollars on heating and cooling costs. Older windows have usually lost their seal and begin to show signs of aging creating a loss of heat or cooling during the snowy and summer seasons. They can also be hard to find replacement pieces for older windows if they get broken and many have to be custom cuts due to their irregular sizes from generations ago. New windows not only save you money but look absolutely amazing if you have been living with cloudy, foggy or seal busted windows over the last few years. 

Insulation saves big time! Adding insulation to your home can also help you with heating and cooling costs. It is very affordable to have insulation installed in your home and it can be done within a few days. There are multiple options available to you depending on your budget and the areas you wish to insulate. They have even come up with greener options for those who are concerned about the environmental factors. 

Switching from copper pipes to PVC. Metal pipes have been running through our homes for years now. They did the job back in the day but people eventually ran into corrosion, clogs, and rust at some point. PVC pipes are clean, corrosion free and can last for hundreds of years without any issues. They are easy to cut in case of a clog and replacement parts are extremely affordable. Switching your pipes can be a costly measure but in the long run will save you when your pipes are aging and reach corrosion levels that are hard to come back from. 


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