There’s one thing that I enjoy, it’s Home Improvement projects.

Since I first purchased my own home, I have been obsessed with slowly improving the space as well as my financial outlook.

The investment that I make in my home are genuinely going to be profitable down the line. I made sure of this when I bought a fixer-upper and consulted with the best real estate agents about how I could improve the value of the home. They had money recommendations for me, including adding another bathroom and updating the kitchen. They also told me I should look into practical measures such as updating the central heating and cooling system, installing a new thermostat, and making sure that the house is well-insulated for all of the brand new indoor air quality control equipment. They told me that there’s no point in investing in Hi Tech heating and cooling equipment if I don’t bother to seal up the house before hand. I will just be filling the house with expensive are that floats straight out the roof. When I’m selling the house, buyers will notice that the insulation is insufficient and the HVAC system has gone through more wear-and-tear than necessary. They told me it’s in my best interest to fully seal up the house and to start with the windows and doors. I just went out to the local hardware store and returned with everything that I need to start properly sealing the doors and windows. My plan is to close up any gaps that could be letting my high quality indoor air escape. Once I’m done with the windows and doors, I’m moving into the attic and floors. My home will have excellent Indoor air quality.



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By Steve