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5 Things You Should Be Doing This Thanksgiving Before Guests Arrive

Author: John Alex
by John Alex
Posted: Nov 12, 2019

Make the holiday season even merrier by completing these important home improvement projects before Thanksgiving. Let your guests see how wonderfully well you maintain your homes. Wouldn’t you love it when they compliment you for your clean and sparkling surfaces?

DIY home improvement projects can be many depending upon your home, its condition, time and resources and also on your requirement. These may differ for each one of you. But we have short-listed some of the most common home restoration tasks done by Americans during the Fall Season to uplift the look of their homes before guests drop in.

These are the five important tasks that you must consider this Thanksgiving

1. Exterior Paint Coating:

Who doesn’t like their homes look freshly painted and just like new? Well, a fresh coat of paint on the exterior of your home is an easy way to glam up the look of your space. You also do not have to undergo a lot of hassles like moving furniture or packing away showpieces to do this task. Consider this one as an important task in your DIY Fall projects.

2. Fall Lawn Care:

With winter approaching, you should indulge in some serious yard work projects to ensure optimal health and beauty of your lawns. Sweep away the leaves to prevent your garden beds from suffocating. Also fertilize your grass, trees and shrubs to prepare them to enter into their winter slumber, while being properly hydrated and nourished. You can also hire professional services to help you with your home improvement projects before Thanksgiving.

3. Fix All Home Appliances:

Freezing winters are hardly the time to step out in the open, getting your home appliances repaired. Check for your kitchen appliances, central heating system of the house, etc.

It is best to have them all checked, repaired and in good working condition so that you can spend cold winters cozily in comfort.

4. Clean, Seal, and Repair Your Tile & Grout:

Mold, mildew, dirt, and stains are inevitable in every living habitation. Before winter sets in, it is best to knock them off using high-quality cleaners. You can use deep-penetrating cleaners to eliminate all traces of mold, mildew, and stains from your tile, grout, and natural stone surfaces. But remember, only cleaning, does not guarantee that the stains and mold will not reappear. You should also use powerful sealants to seal your hard surfaces like natural stone and grout to prevent further staining. Also check for cracks and chips in your tile and repair them using epoxy adhesives.

5. Fix Your Showers:

As you plan for Thanksgiving decor outdoor, you cannot forget your bathrooms indoors. Check for leaking shower doors and fix the gaps using framed or frameless shower door seals, sweeps, drip rails, or thresholds as applicable. Also, clean the tile and grout and seal them properly, while making them waterproof. If you find your caulk stained, moldy, cracked or peeling, you can replace it with an epoxy resin caulk substitute.

Indulge in these important Thanksgiving decor DIY tasks and call for professional help wherever necessary. It is important to get your homes winter-ready and guests-ready in the Fall Season. Use this excuse of the occasion as a yearly maintenance time for your houses as well.

So as you gear up for some rigorous home improvement, we have some good news! pFOkUS - your favourite home improvement product manufacturing company has just announced some amazing deals and offers on our entire product range as a token of gratitude on this Thanksgiving. We are offering up to 15% discount on all our products to help you save big. So, indulge in an exciting shopping experience today! To avail these offers, visit our webpage: Thanksgiving 2019 Deals.

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