Thursday, January 23, 2014

Winter Projects

Not being able to work outside in the winter, you might want to focus on projects you can do inside.  Here are some ideas to get you started.


Replace your old basement ceiling with The Styleline Zip-Up System.  The System is easy to install and easy to clean. It has panels that interlock with rails that attach to the ceiling. No glue needed. It sits higher that a drop ceiling giving you more head room on your basement ceiling.  Easy access to Plumbing and wiring with the pull "zip" panels. They are water and moisture resistant that will not mildew.  It cleans with a damp cloth and has a fire rating of Class-A.



Update the paint on your walls. Painting is a great way to cheer up your space or bring a new refresh feeling during these winter months.
Just make sure you have lots of ventilation while you are painting.


Clean out your closets and cabinets.  This a great way to reorganize what you have.  A great rule of thumb if you have not worn it or used it in a year get rid of it.  Start a box of items you do not wear or use. You can use this box for your spring garage sale or donate to your local goodwill or salvation army.






Update your flooring.  This will bring an uplift to any room.  Add carpet or a new rug to a hardware floor can warm up any drafty room.  In the winter months you can get good deals on materials and save you some money.





Get inspired this winter to work on those projects in the home.