Simple Weekend Home Improvement Projects

Home improvement can be a daunting task for some, but that's because too many people try to do too much at once! You can take your time and improve your home with simple DIY projects that can be completed in a weekend. Instead of spending huge amounts of money on all-encompassing renovations, you can save money and improve your home your way with these simple DIY weekend projects.


Paint Your Front Door

Adding a fresh layer of paint to your front door is a great way to refresh the entrance of your home, and keep it looking new. Or if you want to give your home a new sense of style, try painting your front door a new color! Painting the front door can be a simple way to freshen up your home. Depending on the design of your front door, you may be able to add paint without even taking your door off the hinges. The Copper Compression Arm Sleeve can give you a little extra support for your painting arm. 

Clean The Garage

We’ve all been guilty at one time or another of letting the garage get too cluttered and messy. This is your sign to get that garage cleaned up and organized this weekend. Grab a speaker, play your favorite music, and keep the garage door open for a fresh breeze to make the process more enjoyable. When you’re done, you’ll be glad you took the time to get your garage nice and neat. If your back needs a boost while you’re cleaning, consider using the Recovery Back Brace from Copper Compression.


Painting Trim and Moldings

Want to give a room in your home a makeover with new colors, but don’t want to have to paint an entire room? Painting the trim and moldings of a room is a fantastic way to give it a fresh new look with less work, time, and money needed compared to fully repainting the entire room. If you need some extra stability to keep your painting hand steady, check out the bestselling Copper Compression Half Finger Gloves.


Build a Fire Pit

Add some flair and festivity to your backyard by building a fire pit! It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. A simple, brick fire pit is a small touch that adds a ton of character to your backyard and home. Look online for simple DIY instructions and make sure to use the right kind of fireproof bricks that can withstand the heat. Plus, a great feature to have for parties, family activities, or a night of relaxing by the fire. If your knees could use a boost while you build, check out our Copper Compression Knee Brace!