Making Existing Homes Better

PrimeHomeUpgrade covers all the important aspects of home improvement. Find out how to start improving your home, whether it’s big or small changes, there’s a little something for every homeowner.
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Better Comfort

Upgrading HVAC - Adding luxuries - Increase plumbing and electrical systems - Waterproofing - Soundproofing

Often, people spend much of their day in an office or somewhere outside their homes, thus, people rely on their homes as a fortress of comfort. After an exhausting day, it’s necessary for homes to encompass relaxation in order to keep our sanity.


However, you can’t achieve relaxation when your home’s in a similar stressful environment. Make your home an actual getaway with some of our tips and guides that will make you want to skip those after work happy hours to just curl up on the couch.

Maintenance and repair

Replacement of windows and roofing - Masonry repairs - Repainting rooms and fences - Plumbing and electrical repairs - Wallpapers - Furniture polish - Shower maintenance

For a homeowner, professional maintenance and repairs can often be one of the more costly parts of a budget. While not hiring a professional could save a lot of money, not everyone possesses the skills necessary to fix or renovate their homes—even with the help of instructional online videos.


Attempting a DIY project without careful preparation and complete knowledge—especially the bigger ones—can actually result in expenses that far exceed a contractor cost. Even if you have experience and know-how, it’s important to consider the time, materials, tools, and permits required for your home improvement project.

So, how do you know which projects you can tackle yourself and which you should leave to the experts?

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Home Improvement

Dining room - Living room - Bedroom - Garage - Attic - Basement - Kitchen - Front & Back Yard - Guest Room - Bathroom

Home improvement doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. However, you might believe the opposite to be true. Home improvement isn’t limited to only what you see on TV or on the internet. You can improve your home yourself and get it right. The best part is that you can both go all in and spend a lot of money or do simple improvements without putting in much effort or expense. 


That being said, home improvement ideas and guides can be hard to find sometimes. With different sources, they can also often be inconsistent. But with PrimeHomeUpgrade, you don’t need to uncover ideas you can implement to recreate your space. We make things simpler for you. You can find ideas and tips that will help you save money without compromising on quality.

Safety and Preparedness

Emergency safety measures - Home fire and burglar alarm systems - Fire sprinkler systems - Security doors, windows, and shutters - Storm cellars - Backup generators

Home preparedness includes being ready for emergencies in your kitchen, garage, or anywhere else at your home. Especially if you enjoy DIY projects or maintenance, having the right tools and protective gear goes a long way. 


Being safe and prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters or accidents. What you do now can help you and your family better respond to and recover from any disaster or emergency, as well as contribute to the overall readiness of your community. 


If you want to learn more about the many things people can do to increase their preparedness and safety, you’ve come to the right place.

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Saving Energy

Reduce utility costs for thermal insulation, lighting and window replacement - Renewable energy - Programmable thermostats

Energy conservation can be big as adding solar panels to your roof or small, like switching your light bulbs to LED ones. These changes in your power consumption can be easy or hard to make depending on your budget and goals.

You’ll be surprised at how even minor changes can add up to real energy savings. Some of these ideas are obvious, some not so much, but all are simple ways to save energy that are good for the environment and might help with your monthly energy bill. However, if you really want to and have the budget, saving energy is a great investment, too.

Material Basics and Trends

Upgrading a home–no matter what size—is increasingly more expensive, not just because of contractor prices, but also due to the cost of building materials. When it comes time to build, most people typically think about more traditional construction materials such as wood, concrete and bricks. That’s not the case for the modern era.


By getting creative with the ‌materials you choose within a set budget, you’ll be able to fit the best materials for your project without sacrificing quality—you might even save money.


A classic and recognizable look to everyone, with its main appeal being natural wood and attractive patterns depending on the type of wood.


Laminate flooring is a cheaper alternative for homeowners who fancies the classic look of hardwood, stone floors, and any other flooring aesthetic of their choice

Ceramic and porcelain Tile

A versatile flooring option for bathrooms and kitchens, the ceramic and porcelain tile flooring can go along with your preferred interior design options.

Vinyl Tile

Vinyl flooring consists of layers of synthetic flooring— from materials such as PVC, fiberglass, and plastic.


Carpet flooring offers a soft and gentle in appearance as well which can help with the overall feel of the room or design that you are aiming for.


Stone floors are one of the authentic and natural flooring options available and it works both indoors and outdoors.

Need Ideas for your Next Project?

Every home can use a little sprucing up. However, improving a home can get overwhelming quickly due to the amount of ideas available. Our advice? Start small and make your way to bigger projects.

Here are a few ideas we recommend so you could start tackling DIYs like a pro. Even if you think you’re the least hand person around, these home projects are doable.

Not only can you save money by tackling home projects yourself, you can also learn useful skills along the way. Building these skills may benefit your well-being, and in the process, you may discover new passions and greater confidence.


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