Soon we will be starting Home Improvement projects in order to get our house ready to put on the market. These project will be taking place in March in order to have the house ready and on the market by mid April. We are going to be working with a budget of about three thousand dollars and completing most if not all the projects our self in order to stretch the budget.
Bedrooms: painting, replacing light fixtures, removing stains from the carpet.
Common areas: replacing light fixtures, painting, removing stains from carpet, restaining wood trim.
Kitchen/Dinningroom: repainting cabinets and adding hardware, replacing counter tops, replacing cracked tiles on the floor, adding a working range hood (current one is around 25yrs old not working), replacing light fixtures.
Center Atrium/Deck: re-staining wood, adding landscaping and furniture.
Ceilings will be scrapped (popcorn ceiling) and re-textured.
Once we complete all home improvement projects phase two will begin. This part of the Event will be staging the house. I would be interested in products that can be used for the projects mentioned above, furniture, home decor, storage and any other home related items that could benefit my reading looking to take on similar projects.
If you would like to have your product or service featured one item will be required for the initial review. In return I will write a 200-400 word review about your product or service with links to your website along with before and after photos and video/photo of the process.
All sponsors will receive free 125 x 125 image or a text link ad space for 60 days (sponsors choice of date and ad type) on my blog. You may also ad a giveaway for the product of your choice as long as you commit to send it directly to the winner once the giveaway has ended.
If you would like to be part of this event please contact Carmen at carmensravingreviews at gmail dot com.
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