- Finish off the DIY. If you are the do-it-yourself type, make sure that any unfinished projects get wrapped up, cleaned up and put away before company arrives and starts tripping over your paint cans. If you’ve taken on more than you can complete, call in a local home improvement specialist who can complete the job quickly and professionally.
- Don’t start any major renovations. While you may be dreaming of overhauling your kitchen or tearing out your bathroom, now is not the time to start a major home remodeling project. Unless you want to skip all of the hosting this year, put the reno plans on the backburner and revisit them with a professional designer early in the new year.
- Get your home into show home shape. Wash the front entryway, grease the creaky hinges, hang a pretty wreath, make room in the coat closet. Paying attention to small details lets your guests know they are important to you.
- Brighten things up! You’ll want to be sure that there are no burned out bulbs inside or outside of the house. Don’t forget to to check the lights along your walkways and at the front door to welcome your visitors and keep them safe. And of course, it’s time to set up the indoor and outdoor Christmas lights for that extra bit of cheer.
As the holiday season draws near, it is time to start thinking about opening our homes to family and friends. How will you be preparing your home for the influx of visitors and all the celebrations? Your friends at Booher Remodeling Company have a few helpful home improvement suggestions to help you sail through the season.