Raise your hand if you are running out of things to do while stuck at home because of the coronavirus! It’s been roughly a month since millions of us have been quarantined to our homes and the list of at-home activities is running low. With that said, today on the blog we wanted to share a list of fun at-home projects you can accomplish without having to leave your home or run into the store for supplies.
- Does a room in your home need a paint job? Give your walls a new coat of color!
- Tons of companies are offering curbside pickup and delivery for paint and supplies. For example, Sherwin Williams is offering 24/7 assistance through their ColorSnap app that allows you to order your paint and supplies then choose your store for curbside pickup. If you think about it, now is the perfect time to give the walls of your home an update since you’re going to be looking at them for a while!
- Pressure-wash your deck
- Before Summer really kicks off, you can use this time to get your outdoor entertaining area all cleaned up! If you don’t own a pressure washer, Lowe’s offers rental and curbside pick up so you don’t need to go into the store. Pick a nice weather day and head outside to give your deck a good cleaning.
- Update the siding on your home
- Most home improvement companies that offer siding are able to complete this project all from outside your home. For example, The Window Source of West Texas is now offering virtual consultations and, upon purchase, can complete your siding project while still observing social distancing guidelines during COVID-19. Right now, we are offering 1500 sq. ft. of siding as low as $199/month* with 18 months 0% interest.
- De-clutter your cabinets
- Last year, Marie Kondo hit our streaming services and completely changed the way people see organization. If you didn’t jump on this bandwagon the first go-round, now is your time to get on! Amazon sells some amazing options as far as storage is concerned and during such a time of chaos, it’s best if your home feels stress free.
What home improvement projects have you completed since quarantine? Let us know in the comments!