With the holidays behind us, it’s time to start making plans for 2013. If you’re like the majority of our readers, your goals for 2013 include a wish list of home improvement projects. Nearly everyone has something they would like to improve in their homes be it a complete kitchen renovation or simply replacing some updated lighting fixtures. If home improvements are in your future, now is the time to start planning and the new Lowes.ca website has all the resources you need to get started in three easy steps.
3 Easy Steps to Prepare for Your Next Home Improvement Project
1. Inspiration & Education
The first step in planning any home improvement project is inspiration and education. In the Projects & DIY Toolkit Section of Lowes.ca you will find a great selection of resources and tools including inspiration galleries, inspiring project ideas and extensive how-to videos and articles. You will also find valuable planning tools including project calculators, a virtual kitchen designer, an energy guide, a deck designer and much more. You will find helpful advice that will educate you and empower you to be able to take on many of your own home improvement projects with confidence.
2. Choosing Products
The second step to a successful home improvement project is choosing the right products and tools for your project. Lowes.ca offers thousands of products including many items that are exclusive to Lowes.ca. This vast selection of products means you will be able to find everything you need to complete your home improvement project from the perfect light fixture to the right tools. You will want to take advantage of the informative buying guides and customer reviews available at Lowes.ca to help you pick the best products for your home.
3. Making Purchases
Lowes.ca now offers the flexibility of online shopping. You can purchase products for your home improvement project from anywhere at any time through their website. You can also choose how you prefer to receive your purchase. Depending on the products you order and your location, options can include store delivery, in-store pick up or parcel delivery to almost anywhere in Canada.
Now the fun begins! Once your purchases arrive, you are ready to begin putting your new knowledge to use to start crossing projects of your home improvement wish list for 2013!
What home improvement projects are you hoping to tackle in 2013?
Photo Courtesy of Lowes.ca: Masco Cabinetry, Gresham Maple Square with Mushroom and Sage
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