Working Mommas’ Guide to Home Improvement

Full-time working moms are no strangers to the struggle of balancing their job and the upkeep of the house. Not finding the time to tidy around your home is completely understandable. Still, there are small things you can attend to and services you can hire to improve the quality of your home – without always running out of time.

Here are some things a working mom can do around the house to build a healthy home (as well as save money along the way!).

Improve Your Heating and Cooling System

Yes, mom. You’ll need some help from your local HVAC company, especially if you live in temperate climates. If you do, you’ll know the struggle of ALL the seasons. You try to stay warm during the winter and cool during the summer. If your current HVAC system isn’t in its best condition, you’re prone to unprecedented temperature fluctuations.

Hire an HVAC professional to upgrade your heating and cooling system. Doing so earlier keeps your home comfortable, as well as prevents other damage associated with fluctuating temperatures.

Install a Dishwasher

Most modern homes come with a dishwasher, but if you don’t have one, consider investing in one. Apart from thoroughly washing your dishes, they can save you time and effort, especially if you’re already juggling time between the kids, work and other chores in the house.

Dishwashers are easy-to-use, convenient and budget-friendly. These are also energy-efficient and eco-friendly tools that use less amount of water to thoroughly wash your dishes.

Update Your Hardware

If you’re looking for a quick update that refreshes your home, change old outdated hardware with new pieces. Choose hardware that matches your home’s current décor, lending your home a posh appearance. If you want to give your kitchen a country and rustic style, install ceramic knobs. But what if you want to add a touch of Victorian to your kitchen? Go for glass knobs. Stainless steel hardware adds a touch of modernity to any kitchen.

Install Proper Home Insulation

Insulation is another way to protect your home from unpredictable weather conditions. If you think your home will benefit from additional insulation, get in touch with some professionals to create an insulation plan.

Invest in a Humidifier

If you’re looking for a simple addition to your home that can make a huge difference in your quality of living, buy a humidifier. This small device keeps the air in your home moist enough that it prevents health conditions like dry skin, throat irritation and sinus congestion. Also, humidifiers clean the air so your family can enjoy better air quality.

Remove or Repair Damaged Parts of Your Home

If your family lives in an older house, don’t settle for its ‘natural’ state. If you find those chips in your kitchen tile, damaged water fixtures and scratches in the paint, have professionals take care of them ASAP. Delaying repair or replacement will ruin your walls and cause more damage to your home in the long run.

Improve Lighting Facility

Dull lighting makes your home look dull. Add life to your home by going for colored lights. Milk-white lights add a nice brightness to your rooms. At night, this light color gives good darkness for natural and better sleep. Also, consider adding an antique touch to your living room by investing in vintage lamps and lighting.;

How You Can Do Everything Well

“But I’m a busy mom,” you may reason. “Can I really do all of these?”

Yes, mom! Working moms can still attend to these home improvement projects by:

Mom, your home needs you. Busy as you are, you can still spare some time for the improvement of your household.


Collaborative Post 

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *