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Easy indoor DIY projects for winter weather

August 01, 2012

While winter is in full swing, DIY is a great way to keep busy indoors. If you are also pondering the possibility of selling, finishing your DIY projects will be important as this is part of getting your home into shape for that. You can start this project in your slippers with a notebook. Take a tour of each room and inspect it for minor defects - things you live with day to day and don’t really notice.– doorknobs that fall off, doors that don’t close properly or squeak, light switches that don’t work, taps that drip.


Winter is the perfect time to do some of these minor indoor repairs and when the sun shines again and you open your home for inspection, nobody will be distracted.

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