The old adage says, “Home is where the heart is.” It’s true that our homes are the hubs for our family and our lives. Wherever your home may be, it’s important to take good care of it.
Sometimes, home improvements can be costly, and projects end up adding up quickly. When you try to tackle the work yourself, it might save money, but the techniques may be daunting. It can also be challenging to know where to begin.
Start with these DIY home improvements and repairs, and you’ll see it’s easy to increase your home’s value without making a dent in your pocketbook!
Cover an Ugly Bathtub With Faux Stone
The key to this look is using Airstone, a manufactured stone. Simply use adhesive to place the stones on the tub. If you need to cut one, a hacksaw will do the trick. Finish the look with a border of quarter round and caulk and you have a custom look!
Replace a Broken Floor Tile Easily
Remove the grout surrounding the broken tile. Then drill holes in the broken tile. This step will help break up the tile so it can be removed more easily. Chisel out the broken tile and any adhesive, and then affix the new tile.