Post-COVID Home Improvement Ideas That You Must Explore

Dated: January 7 2021

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The COVID-19 global pandemic has confined everyone to their homes. However, if we try and look at the brighter side, it means all of us getting more time to spend with our loved ones.

However, we were wondering if a house enhancement will be much-needed once everything gets back on track?

After all, after encountering and battling a deadly pandemic, it is only natural to see both future and existing abodes with a new perspective.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made one thing clear; that is if there is anything we need to work on, it is to find smarter, multifunctional, and safer ways of constructing home spaces.

In this blog, we have brought together a few home improvement ideas that you should explore once this pandemic is over.

Open spaces

First and foremost, floor spaces will not enjoy the kind of importance that open spaces do now. The pandemic has transformed the luxury of having an open space or outdoor-like indoors into a necessity.

Many people now deem it necessary to have an open space through which they can welcome the morning sunshine or let in some fresh air. 

Also, you can feel the closest to being out in such times by peeking through large windows or using sit-outs. So, once this is over, you should explore this idea!

Include an office space

Well, before COVID-19, having a study space was pretty common! But now, a major requirement is a space that you can turn into an office. 

Therefore, another home improvement idea post-COVID-19 involves paying attention to building a multifunctional space—a place where you can host meetings, invite clients, and just work from home.

Make sure the place is flexible enough to accommodate office equipment such as printers, and even a coffee machine. Who does not like a freshly brewed cup of coffee while working?

A workout space

In addition to having an office space, it is equally important to have some space dedicated to your wellbeing. You can opt for a multifunctional space that transforms into an office and gym space as and when needed. If not, then make sure to consider creating a separate space. Whatever you choose to do, make a point to explore this idea. Here’s to a fitter and healthier you!

Multi-use furniture

Consider replacing your dresser with a study. This is a clever move to incorporate a functional space you can use as both a dresser and a workstation. The tabletop, for instance, can carry the laptop, and you can place a mirror above to use it as a dresser.

Make your home smarter through tech

The pandemic has made it compulsory for everyone to maintain high standards of hygiene. This not only calls for touch-free doors but lights, taps, and doorbells as well. Also, you might want to consider installing security cameras to simplify your life.

Additionally, installing a smart thermostat is another idea worth your while. Smart thermostats are thermostats that can be used with home automation and are responsible for controlling a home's heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. 

If you need help finding a contractor to complete some of your projects, give us a call! We have a few we can recommend! 

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Rob Wachter

Rob has been a Realtor since 2004 and founded The Wachter Group in 2013, and joined JPAR Carolina Living in 2019 as both a team leader and a franchise co-owner. Rob’s team specializes in First-Time ....

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