33 Home Upgrades That Cost Less Than $100

1. Paint the front door

Front door on old brick home
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Painting your whole house? That’s an expensive project that takes time. On the other hand, painting the front door gives the front of your house a fresh, new look in an afternoon.

It can also increase your home value, as we explain in “Painting With This Color Can Boost Your Home’s Sale Price by $6,000.” Be sure to use an exterior paint that’s right for this job.

In total, the materials — including painter’s tape, paint brushes, primer and paint — should run well under $100.

The DIY Network offers tips for getting the best results.

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