You may think that a small budget means you are limited in what projects you can undertake for remodeling your home. But you may be surprised at what you can do to make your place feel new with the right idea and a little bit of money. Today at Ascension General Contractors, we are giving you a few ideas for budget remodeling jobs.
Never underestimate the power of a good paint job! If you’ve lived in your house a while now and are tired of your washed-out walls, adding new paint could be the perfect solution. Paint can make your house feel entirely different and is definitely one of the easier projects to fit your budget because you can always start with a few rooms at a time.
If you are looking for a smaller project to add some creativity to your home, consider a custom backsplash project! Whether you’re adding backsplash in your bathroom or kitchen, it will make a huge difference to the look of the room and make cleaning a whole lot easier! With a reasonable price tag, you’ll probably wonder why you never considered adding it before.
Who couldn’t benefit from creating more storage space in their home? Some great and simple ways to do that include floating shelving, a custom closet project to make the most of your space, or adding custom vertical shelving to your kitchen cabinets for easier access to your kitchen accessories. Check out this article for some other unique storage ideas for your home.
If you have old or scuffed cabinets in your home, you don’t have to have a whole lot of money to update them! Consider adding a fresh coat of paint or refinishing them with a wood stain. And if you want to take it one step further, think about installing new knobs or handles to make the most transformation.
There is a lot to think about when considering budget remodeling jobs; if you need assistance, our team here at Ascension General Contractors is always ready to help. We’re proud to serve Nashville as general contractors, and we are also a full-service repair company. Call us for all your home remodel and construction needs.
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