DIY House Repairs
Replace a Toilet
Some regulations require houses to have water-saving, low-flow toilets when they are sold. Replacing yours on the buying or selling end may save you some dollars.
Replace or Install a Garbage Disposal
Some older homes lack this kitchen convenience that many have come to rely on. Don’t let the detail of a garbage disposal deter you from a great home!
Refinish Hardwood Floors
It may take a day or two, depending on square footage and the degree of damage, but those drab-looking wood floors can shine like new.
Eliminate Appliance Odors
Even in newer homes, appliances like dishwashers and washing machines can start to smell a little less than clean. Not to worry—you can clean the cleaning machines!
Restore a Green Lawn
A scraggly-looking lawn can be a neighborhood eyesore and give potential buyers a negative first-impression. Don’t let a little vegetation stand between you and buying or selling a great home; learn how to grow a lush, green lawn.
Scrap the Lawn
Alternatively, you may decide to ditch the greenery in favor of a drought-tolerant landscape.