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Try These Home Resolutions & Remedies in the New Year

Happy New Year! What’s that saying that’s become so popular? 

“Today is the first day of the rest of your life.”

It’s so true! And with a new year unfolding, there’s never been a better time for a fresh start. This year, when you make those New Year’s resolutions to eat better and exercise more, don’t forget to consider improving your home, too. After all, a comfortable home is also an important step towards creating health and happiness.

Need some help in this area? No problem! We’ve put together a list of home resolutions that can help you live your best—and most comfortable— indoor life in 2024.   

Improve Your Indoor Space in 2024

Try these home hacks to add spice and comfort to your living space this year.

Schedule a checkup.
First things first! Before you tackle any home improvements or comfort upgrades, schedule a tune-up with Air Experts. Our team offers incredible maintenance, and our comprehensive tune-ups are a super way to prevent unwanted heating repair. Once you feel comfy in your home, the home improvements can begin!

Toss the clutter.
Are you a pack rat? Some homeowners are great at collecting stuff all year round. Unfortunately, sometimes that “stuff” starts cluttering spaces inside your home. Sound familiar? If so, choose a day to tackle all that clutter and reorganize. Go room by room and analyze what you use and what you don’t. Place unwanted items in piles and use bins or organizers to save items you’d like to keep. If you’re too overwhelmed with all the things you’ve accumulated, consider hiring a personal organizer. These folks really know their stuff and can ease your anxiety and rid your home of clutter.

Create a cleaning schedule.
OK, you’ve succeeded in de-cluttering and re-organizing. The next step is to ensure that you keep your home clutter free. To accomplish this task, create a cleaning schedule so you can stay on top of things. How? Designate a cleaning day for each room. This won’t overwhelm you and can help keep things tidy and neat. To cut back on dust, dander, and pet hair, you might consider adding a whole home indoor air quality system, too. 

Redesign a room.
Do you have a special room that needs a makeover? Once you’ve tossed the clutter out of the room, design a plan. Start with simple changes such as a new paint color, fresh sofa pillows, or even an updated rug. Adding some color or fresh paint does wonders for a room makeover. And the feeling of satisfaction can’t be beat.

Save money and stay comfy.
A new year is all about saving money. To help put money back in your own pocket, consider an energy audit. Home professionals can tell you where you can save by doing a complete home assessment. This will help you improve your home’s energy use, comfort, and safety.

Invest in upgrades.
By now, we hope you’ve heard of the Inflation Reduction Act, a law that offers rebates and tax credits to qualifying homeowners who purchase energy efficient upgrades. Thanks to this legislation, there’s never been a better time for an HVAC replacement. Questions? Call our team today and let us help!

Improve your curb appeal.
One surefire way to get excited about your indoor space, is to make your outdoor space more inviting! Things such as fresh paint on the front door, planters filled with flowers, a new mailbox, an updated welcome mat, or pillows on outdoor furniture can add flair to any entrance. Another great addition is adding solar lights along a walkway. Improving your curb appeal will give your visitors a sneak peek into the great décor you have inside!

Move furniture.
Sometimes just changing up a living scheme can add flair to a room. Try rearranging your living room furniture or removing certain pieces to give the appearance of extra space. While doing so, be sure that no return vents are covered, and air is flowing freely.

Add a plant.
Why not add some greenery to your indoor space? Indoor plants are a budget-friendly way to add some color and life to an otherwise neglected area of your home. Certain plants can even help improve your indoor air quality! Selections such as spider plants, aloe plants, peace lilies, and dragon trees are good “air purifying” options.

Happy New Year!

We hope our tips and home remedies help you have the happiest and most comfortable year yet. Happy New Year to all!

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