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RealtyPin.com's 4 Home Renovations You Can Do This Weekend

NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- 4 Home Renovations You Can Do This Weekend - Like the experts on Realtypin.com always say, the right home renovations can help you sell your home faster. And, even if you're not looking to sell your home anytime soon, some great renovations can help you enjoy your house a whole lot more! But what if you don't want to make renovations a whole big project? What if you don't want to have to deal with contractors, dust everywhere, and the inconvenience of living in a construction zone? No problem! You can get the best of both worlds, by taking on these 4 home renovation projects. Not only will the finished products look great, but you can get everything done in a weekend!

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1.  Install window awnings
Not only will they give yourself some added personality, but they'll lower your utility bills. After all, awnings will prevent tons of sunlight from getting into your house. So, during those scorching summer months, the inside of your home won't get excessively hot! And luckily, window awnings can be as unique as you are. Because they come in a variety of different colors and fabrics, it's easy to find a look that matches your décor and your personality! Best of all – installing window awnings isn't particularly difficult. As long as you've got a few basic tools (like a cordless drill, a level, and a tape measure), you'll be good to go.

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2.  Change your light bulbs
No this isn't the start of some lame joke ("How many homeowners does it take to change a light bulb?"). Instead, you can use newer, dimmer light bulbs to create a whole new vibe. That's because brighter bulbs create a harsher look. By replacing your old bulbs with lower-wattage bulbs, you can totally transform your home – without spending much money or using any tools!

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3.  Replace your cabinet doors with glass
If you want to give your kitchen a more open, airy look, you don't need to knock down walls or start painting. Instead, unscrew those old wooden cabinet doors and install new glass ones in their place! Depending on how many cabinets you have, this will only take a few hours. Of course, now you'll have to take extra care to keep the insides of your cabinets neat and tidy. However, the open feeling it will create will be well worth it!

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4.  Create a garden entryway
Home improvement stores have garden arbor kits on sale for a couple hundred dollars – and luckily, they're all pre-cut and pre-drilled. All you have to do is put yours together! If you really want to create an inviting look, combine your arbor with other landscaping. But even that can be done in a weekend!



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