Four Ways to Improve Your Home This New Year

Four Ways to Improve Your Home This New Year


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This new year is the perfect opportunity to do all the big changes to any home. Sprucing up a house might sound time consuming and inconvenient, but it could be done through simple steps that do not need major renovations.

Here are some tips to get started:

Set Intention

Having a goal in mind makes any project faster and easier, and keeps checklists in order. For example, a kitchen should be efficient and clean all the time, the dining area should have the option to accommodate more people, and rooms must be comfortable for all guests.

Clean Out Your Pantry

Unload kitchen shelves and cabinets to see everything that is stocked up in the pantry. This makes it easier to wipe down dust and crumbs that have been hiding behind jars and containers. Toss out any expired goods as well as unused cookbooks and cooking magazines. When putting back the items, remember to keep the most used products in front for easy access.

Organize And Label

Keep items in baskets, crates, or trays for a clutter-free home. Categorizing and using labels can make anything easier to locate. You can either use a label maker or just simply cut out tags and write on them. This is also the chance to determine which items to keep or put up for donation.

Make House More Energy Efficient
It is time to take control of the electricity bill this year. Aside from consciously saving electricity by turning off the lights or unplugging devices when not in use, consider switching to appliances that consume less energy. Smart home appliances are also easy to control anywhere, anytime.

Consider investing in an air conditioner with Digital Inverter Technology like the Samsung Premium Inverter Wind-Free-Plus. It has a Wind-Free Cooling function that maintains the level of temperature without the unpleasant feeling of cold wind. Most importantly, it saves up to 68% energy compared to conventional models.

Samsung 2.5 HP Premium Air Conditioner with Wind-Free Cooling Technology

Update Kitchen Appliances

Take a look at the devices and appliances in the kitchen and check for damages. Carefully assess the condition and decide which ones need to be replaced. It is ideal that the new appliance harmoniously matches the current theme or design of the kitchen. This saves a great deal of money for renovation while keeping the place looking sleek.

Samsung not only offers refrigerators with innovations that nurture but also seamless and modern design that can make any space stand out. One of these is the Samsung Side by Side No Frost Space Max Interior which features a Digital Inverter Compressor technology that reduces wear and tear while ensuring a 21-year lifespan durability. For a more accessible way to get food items, the Samsung French Door has a Food Showcase feature that allows minimal door opening so the refrigerator stays cool and preserves energy. The Samsung 3-Door Side by Side No Frost Space Max Interior w/ Flexzone uses SpaceMax technology that allows extra food storage because of its
thinner walls compared to traditional refrigerators. This enables more space with the cooling performance to keep food fresh with the best temperature!

Samsung Side by Side No Frost Space Max Interior

French Door No Frost w/ Food Showcase; 3-Door Side by Side No Frost Space Max Interior w/ Flexzone

Turn your home to its best self this New Year. For more information on the Samsung Digital Appliances, visit and like SamsungPH on Facebook.

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