Tires and Lifting

Hello, I'm hoping some of you here could help point me in the right direction.
I own a 95 Chevy Blazer LS 4x4. It is currently all stock. One thing I
would like to do [if it's reasonable and worthwhile] is to give it a bit of a lift, a couple of inches or so. Is there a kit option available that guy can install one his own over a weekend? I'm not looking for anything extravagant or expensive. Reasonably priced and straight forward to install is what I would like. I live near Toronto, Ontario, Canada if that makes any difference in what my options would be.
I was also wondering about the ability of changing my tires/rims from the stock 15" that it has now, with 16". Is there any problems with increasing the tire size? I was thinking of this to give the vehicle a bit more height. Is there anything else I would have to do to the vehicle if I increase the tire size?
Any direction or information you can offer is appreciated.
Thanks, Sully
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Body lift kits (as opposed to suspension lift kits) are cheap and easy to install. Look around e-bay and you're bound to find one for a few hundred bucks.

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You're welcome,
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