Our gorgeous Shenandoah Valley is springing back to life after the doldrums of winter, and that means it is time to get our homes -- and yards -- back in order. Spring cleaning can be an overwhelming project that honestly seems so daunting that a lot of people just don't do it at all. Take it one task at a time! Follow our simple guide to finishing your spring home maintenance tasks.
BBRRRRR! It's cold outside. Frigid temperatures can do a number on your home. It is important to protect your home and provide careful maintenance, especially during the winter months, to help not only the structure of your house but also your property's value. A well cared for home is always more enticing to home buyers than one that has been ignored. Take a look at our Winter Home Maintenance Guide.
Color can have a major impact on how we feel, our creative juices, and productivity. Does your home's current color palette portray your personality and give you a mood boost? Does it emote the feeling you want for you and your guests? It can be overwhelming to think about choosing a whole house color palette, especially if color-picking isn't your strong suit, but fear not, we'll take you step-by-step through the process of determining one that perfectly suits you and your family.
The temperatures are cooling down, the leaves are changing, and the smell of wood smoke is wafting through the crisp air. Fall is nearly upon us here in the Shenandoah Valley, which means it's time to perform some fall home maintenance tasks around our homes. It is important to tackle these projects in order to care for your home and give it a long life. Plus, checking off these tasks now will make your spring home maintenance list a whole lot easier (not that we have firsthand experience...).
REMODELING. That word probably conjures up one of three reactions in you: 1. excitement, 2. dread, or 3. excitement followed by dread. Planning ahead, tracking the progress, and budgeting for your remodel will help you get through it smoothly. Download our free planning worksheet + a pre-project checklist to get you started!
Most homeowners make changes to their homes because usually, they aren't perfectly suited to their tastes on move-in day. Perhaps you've added a fresh coat of paint to your living room wall, or installed new hardwood floors, or even undergone an entire kitchen remodel. Regardless of scope, track your home updates so you can easily prove the value you've added to it.