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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 20 2017


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and grout on your bathroom walls to prevent more unsightly mildew in the future. This can be purchased in bottom coat tones that you can then cover in any colour you wish. Introducing plants to your


bathroom can also help reduce the moisture. Reed Palm, English Ivy, Boston Ferns, Tillandsias and Baby Rubber Plant are all great choices as they are easy to maintain and will help to keep your bathroom dry. Why not then invest in a


matching shower curtain or bath mat to coordinate with your new colour scheme to revamp your bathroom on a budget?


ADD INSULATION Adding insulation can be costly


but it will lower your utility bills and help make your home a warmer, more comfortable and eco-friendly place to live. Have a look in your attic and


if you can see the floor joists, then you need more insulation up there. Since heat rises, you could save quite a bit by adding another layer of insulation to your ceiling. You can also add insulation to


your crawl space or basement for added warmth and savings. In January, you can often find


great offers on insulation that will make it more cost effective than later in the year.


It’s easy to get run down during


this time of year but working on home improvement projects can be a great way to keep yourself active and enhance your day-to-day life whilst adding value to your home. Making a start on home


improvements now means you can sit back and enjoy your handiwork for the rest of the year, meaning that 2017 can be the year you really enjoy your home.


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