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Welcoming 2015 with a Bang! Hot Home Improvements Worth Investing On

It’s official—2015 is almost here!

And with home improvement spending set to rise next year, there’s a good chance that you’ll be joining the bandwagon too.

Now if you’re still wondering what home improvements to invest on next year, we have some great suggestions for you:

  • Make your basement better. The basement is definitely underrated in a lot of ways but with the right improvements, this part of the house can be just as cosy, warm and relaxing as other rooms. Start with basement waterproofing to ensure that you don’t experience any water penetration problems, which could pose a serious threat to your home. Just work with a basement waterproofing specialist to ensure that you’re getting your money’s worth.
  • Spruce up your kitchen. Have you been subsisting on takeaways just because you didn’t want to use your outdated kitchen anymore? Well, 2015 should be the year to change all that. Whether it’s a simple repaint or a major overhaul, your kitchen surely deserves some love, and this year is the best time to do it.
  • Spiff up your doors and windows. 2015 will give rise to the chic kerb appeal, and you shouldn’t be the last to join the trend. The philosophy here is simple, really—you have to make your house look as good from the outside as it is one the inside and you can begin by investing in stylish doors and windows, both of which we here at Phillips Joinery Ltd offer. We can assure you of the best possible service. Just give us a call and we’ll be more than glad to cater to your needs.


Of course, you can’t miss giving your home a fresh lick of paint. With Marsala being the colour of the year for 2015, this is the perfect time to go bold with the hues that you want for your house. You can either go all out with colour combinations or stay simple with just one dominating palette – the choice is yours, really, as long as it fits your personality and your lifestyle. It is, after all, how your home should look and feel like you.