It’s merry and bright out there and the holiday season is upon us. While you might be thinking about friends, family and food – and celebrating this wonderful season – it’s also time to consider 2018 New Year’s Resolutions for your home.It’s always a good idea to start each new year with fresh goals, isn’t it? Setting goals and 2018 New Year’s Resolutions for your home can help you feel more organized, productive and happier in your space. And isn’t that what home is all about?To that end, the experts at Feazel Inc. are helping you with five 2018 New Year’s Resolutions for your home. Read on:
One of the best – and longest-lasting - 2018 New Year’s Resolutions for your home is to spend time decluttering. Start the new year fresh with less stuff. Especially after the holidays, when you and your family acquire more stuff, decluttering is key to a better organized (and cleaner) home. Need help? There are professionals who can help you get started.
Have you been neglecting certain home projects? Don’t let another year slip by with a failing roof, broken or inefficient windows or inadequate gutters. By investing in your space now, you can prevent headaches – and costly repairs – down the road.
Now that you have your home decluttered, do a deep clean. You spend so much time indoors during the winter that spending time (or hiring someone) on a deep clean will pay dividends. Plus, it’s a good excuse to entertain, now that your home is organized and spic and span!
How many of us are guilty of having dated or lacking décor? It’s easy to neglect sprucing up your space with new rugs, art or even a fresh coat of paint but the winter months are a great time to invest in a few key pieces that spice up your home. You won’t regret it!
The new year is a good time to make sure your home is as efficient as it could be. This can be done by conducting audits: Of your energy usage, water usage and other home systems. Once you know what you use, you can find ways to save. Imagine staring 2019 with some extra money in the bank!
Our Feazel Inc.family hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season!
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