Homeowners around central Indiana enjoy tackling home improvement projects during the spring and summer. The weather is nicer and the days are longer, giving plenty of time to get through your to-do list. However, some projects should take priority in the spring, while others can wait. At Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc., we understand the value of time, which is why we’ve put together these five simple spring projects that can improve the look of your home without taking up an entire weekend. 

5 Spring Home Improvement Projects

1. Add Crown Molding

Crown molding adds instant charm to any room. If you’re looking for a way to increase the aesthetic appeal of your living room or dining room, then spend a Saturday afternoon working on this home improvement project. White crown molding can also help brighten up a room and make ceilings appear higher than they are. 

2. Install New Appliances

If you took advantage of those President’s Day sales or want to scope out what’s coming up for Memorial Day, springtime is the best time to plan for new appliances. Look for energy-efficient models and watch these additions transform your kitchen into a new living space you’ll be excited to use. 

3. Revive Your Deck

Your backyard is typically where you gather with friends and family in the summer months, so prepare it now for plenty of use later on. Start with a power wash, make necessary repairs to posts, and then seal it up again with a new finish or stain. This ensures it will be ready for more foot traffic in the coming months. 

4. Add a Splash of Paint

Painting a room can transform the way it looks, and it allows you to add your own personal touch to your home. It’s also a quick and easy home improvement project. If your living room or bedroom is looking a bit dreary, play with white, beige, or other lighter paint samples and then give it a fresh coat. You’ll enjoy the fresh new color and your summertime guests will be impressed with the change.  

5. Caulk the Tub and Sink

Caulking around the bathroom tub and sink acts as a barrier between the wall and the fiberglass or porcelain. It seals off moisture so it can’t get into your walls, which means it takes a beating from repeated use. To spruce up your bathrooms this spring, re-caulk these areas. The newness will make your bathrooms look cleaner and like brand new. 

Contact Us

These five DIY projects are easy to tackle. But, before you take on that major home improvement project on your own, let us see if we can help! General contractors from Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc. have years of experience and know exactly what you’ll need for your kitchen remodel, new decking project, roof repair, and so much more. Find out why residents in Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville, Zionsville, and Westfield, IN, trust our experts by contacting us at (317) 848-7634. 


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