Before the relatives descend again like a flock of wild turkeys for the next round of holidays, we've got some quick fixes to suggest.
Some of them, like regular seasonal maintenance tasks, are important to protect your investment in your home. Others, like clearing away clutter, will make you and your guests more comfortable right away. And energy-efficiency upgrades, like adding some insulation in the attic, will put money back in your pocket.
Get more details in these AOL guides:
- Home Improvements: Top Projects Under $500
- Top 10 Home Improvements That Pay You Back
- Home Improvements Sellers Should Avoid
- Top 5 Home Improvement Projects for Winter
Of course, the key to making home improvements is knowing when to do it yourself and when to hire it out. Otherwise, the day after Thanksgiving will henceforth be known around your house as Black-and-Blue Friday.
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