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New Year’s Resolutions For Your Home

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Looking for a new new year’s resolution? Resolve to improve your home this year! Here are five new year’s resolutions that will result in a tidier, more comfortable home.

1. Declutter & Organize

Start the year by getting rid of anything you don’t want or need anymore and organizing the things you need and use. Not sure how to start? We’ve got you covered! Follow our five steps to organize your home like a pro and you’ll have a home Marie Kondo would envy.

organizing clothes in baskets

2. Finish Any Partially-Done Home Projects

You had the best of intentions when you started that project, then – for whatever reason – it didn’t get finished. Whether it’s a painting project, an outdoor upgrade, or something you planned but didn’t get a chance to start, now is the time. Starting the year off by crossing these projects off your to-do list is a great way to feel accomplished!

person leveling window

3. Improve Your Energy Efficiency

Making your home more energy-efficient can lower your monthly utility bills, essentially putting money back into your pocket. These upgrades can also make your home more comfortable and reduce your carbon footprint. That’s a win-win-win!

Here are a few ways to improve your home’s energy performance:

man changing lightbulbs

4. Reassess Your Homeowner’s Insurance

It’s a good idea to revisit your homeowner’s insurance every so often, and doing it at the beginning of each year is an easy way to ensure it doesn’t slip through the cracks. When assessing your insurance, make sure your coverage is still accurate. If you’ve recently made additions or major upgrades to your home without updating your insurance, your coverage is probably not sufficient. Just a quick call to your insurance agent can ensure your home is properly protected!

5. Create a Cleaning Schedule

If you have trouble establishing a cleaning routine, a schedule is helpful! Having a schedule is a great way to keep your home clean without having to devote half of your weekend to cleaning. Break your tasks down by frequency like daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonally. Your schedule may look something like this:

woman holding cleaning supplies

Make Home Improvement Your Resolution This Year

If you’re ready to improve your home with new windows, doors, or siding, Window World of Long Island is here to help! Contact us today to discuss your home improvement project and schedule your free estimate!