When it comes to renovating your home, most people tend to forget about their front door. At New Creations Handyman, we know how important your home renovation is, and we are here to help you choose the doors perfect for you and your family. Continue reading
Blaine MN Handyman Home Improvements and Repairs
When getting your home ready to sell, you need to look at your house in a new way. Think of your house as a product about to go on the market where it is probably competing with brand new housing. It needs to show well – which means clutter-free and well maintained. Continue reading
Minneapolis MN Door and Window Replacement or Repair
Save on energy bills and let the light in—repair or replace your windows with new energy efficient ones.
Deadline For Tax Credits For Energy-Saving Upgrades Is Dec. 31
Home Energy Efficiency Tax Credits For 2011 Ending Soon. Time is running out for homeowners to make energy-efficient improvements that qualify for a 2011 tax credit. The credits of up to $500 are set to expire at the end of the year and it’s uncertain if Congress will renew them for 2012. Continue reading
Minnesota Handyman Maintenance and Repair
As the cold weather approaches and the first snowflakes begin to fall, it is important to ensure your home is winter-ready. There are plenty of simple ways to winterize your home without breaking the bank, with a positive effect on lowering your heating bills. Continue reading
Home Sellers It’s Time for Home Repairs and Improvements
Today’s home sellers must be on their toes to give their homes maximum appeal. Not only should sellers complete the home repairs they know must be made, they may also want to hire a certified home inspector to thoroughly and impartially evaluate their properties. Continue reading
Handyman Home Improvement | Minnesota Handyman
If you’re planning to sell your house any time soon, home improvements that build property value should be on your to-do list. It’s a buyer’s market, and between tighter purse strings and plenty of properties to choose from, shoppers want homes that are move-in ready and free of the need for home improvement projects that will add to their own bottom lines. Continue reading
Selling Your Home – Make A Good First Impression
A bad first impression can dissuade a potential buyer. Don’t show your property until it’s all fixed up. You do not want to give buyers the chance to use the negative first impression they have as means of negotiation. A few home improvements and updates can add a lot of resale value to your home.