After months of waiting, football season is finally here. While we all enjoy the excitement, fantasy leagues and food that come with football season, what we enjoy the most are the times we get to spend celebrating and watching the games with friends and family. Although we can’t ensure that you’ll have the best fantasy football team this year, there are some things we can recommend to ensure your family and friends have a great time in your newly remodeled home. Make your home the go-to spot for football games with our fall style guide, just in time for kickoff.
Is your home feeling crowded? There are a few things you can do to clear up space so you can pack in as many football fans as possible this year. As an example, consider mounting your television to the wall. This will not only save space, but also ensure that everyone is able to see the game, no matter where they are. Hiring a professional to mount your TV can save time and ensure it is at the right viewing height while hiding all electrical wires. Mounting bookshelves, tables and placing extra stools or chairs along the walls will also create more space for viewers, and leave your home feeling less cluttered overall.
Some people enjoy listening to the commentary during the games, and other people like to commentate themselves. Give your guests the best of both worlds by getting your home wired for sound. This allows your guests (and yourself!) to be in multiple rooms and still hear what’s going on with a game. No longer will grabbing a beer or running to the bathroom cause you to miss that game-winning touchdown.
Mid-Missouri Fall brings us some beautiful weather. Football season is a great time to take advantage of the weather and spruce up your outdoor space. Why keep your guests stuffed inside all day when you could have the perfect outdoor, football-watching paradise? First step is setting up the outdoor electronics, from wiring the surround sound to finding that perfect outdoor TV. A screened in porch can also create some extra shade from the sun or provide some extra warmth when it starts to get colder. The next best addition to your outdoor space would obviously be an outdoor bar. Just make sure it has plenty of counter space (or beer kegs) for creating some cocktails for your guests. Let’s not forget the grilling area, where the brats, hotdogs and hamburgers can be served all year round. Your friends and family will keep coming back all season long.
Whether you want to add a custom man cave to your home, spruce up your living areas for football season, or if you are interested in other home improvements that add value, contact Kliethermes Homes & Remodeling. We can help you with a variety of indoor and outdoor living space work, including additions, renovations, remodel and interior painting ideas. Give us a call today at 573-446-2222 to get a FREE ESTIMATE on your next project or to discuss your plans with one of our quality craftsmen.
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