The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in many ways, forcing us to spend more time at home and adopt social distancing. If you’re looking to stay productive in the coming months, consider giving your house a fresh and pandemic-friendly makeover.

What are some of the best home improvement ideas that will improve your property value, turn you into a proud homeowner, AND better facilitate social distancing? W.E. Davies + Sons Remodeling, Inc. is here to hash out the best home remodeling ideas in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Let’s get started!

Basement Remodel

Your kids are home now. Families have been living in close quarters for months since stay-at-home orders went into place in Wisconsin.

If you’re feeling squirrely, it may be time to turn your unfinished basement into a recreation area or basement bar (or a little bit of both).

Remodeling your basement adds square footage to your home, increasing its value and functionality. With the additional space, you can essentially create a second living area where your family can play, watch movies together, or unwind after a hard day.

Basement remodeling involves sealing off cracks and adding new insulation to the walls, ceilings, and floors. This can improve your home’s energy efficiency and help you cut down on your energy bills.

From time to time, you may feel the need to socially distance from your family, and you’ll be able to do so in a newly finished basement.

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Home Office

If the kitchen or dining room table is no longer cutting it, it may be time to transform that bonus room or spare bedroom into the workspace of your dreams.

A home office can cut down on distractions, improve your productivity, and provide a calm and focused environment. Having a designated work area will also allow you to achieve a better work/life balance.

When converting an old room into an office, make sure the area is Wi-Fi accessible and designed to enhance the natural lighting. Consider installing new light fixtures or a ceiling fan for improved airflow and lighting.

Install cabinets if you work with a surplus amount of paper and supplies. The less clutter around you, the more organized and productive you’ll be.

Garage Remodel

What are some other practical home remodeling ideas you can accomplish in the COVID-19 pandemic? If you enjoy tinkering in your garage, you can convert your garage into a more functional work area.

Installing new flooring can make a big difference in the overall look and feel of your garage. If your garage will serve more social purposes, consider installing hardwood flooring or tile.

Give your garage a fresh coat of paint and remove clutter from the area. With a lighter color and less clutter, you’ll add more space. Once you have a better idea of your space, you can begin rearranging your equipment and adding furniture or a work bench.

Is your garage is uncomfortably hot in the summer and cold in the winter? It may be time to install new insulation. Proper insulation will make your garage feel cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, and help you improve your garage’s energy efficiency in the process.

Decks & Sunrooms

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There’s nothing better than enjoying a nice night on the deck or a cool breeze through a sunroom. By installing a deck or sunroom to your home, you can add square footage to your house and improve its property value.

Building a new deck is a relatively cheap home improvement project that goes a long way for your buck. You can customize your deck however you please. You can use it as an outdoor eating area or as an additional feature to your garden.

A sunroom will add more natural light to your home and provide a comfortable and relaxing space where you can read, tend to house plants, or enjoy other hobbies.

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Give Your Home a Pandemic-Friendly Makeover

If you’re looking to improve your home and social distancing, let the experts at W.E. Davies + Sons, Inc. help. We understand how to transform home remodeling ideas in the COVID-19 pandemic into beautiful and high-value results. Contact us today to schedule an estimate.