Whether you have lived in your home for 30 years or have just purchased a home, there are so many different home improvement projects you can complete that has a huge return for you and your home. When looking to list your home sooner or later, giving your home a touch-up will boost its value. If there are a million home improvement projects you wish to complete for your home or you have no idea where to start, here are 3 home improvement projects that pay off.
The kitchen is considered the heart of the home. Potential buyers of your home will want to be able to envision themselves in the space and nothing turns buyers away like an outdated kitchen. Remodeling your kitchen is one of the best returns on investment projects. A major kitchen renovation would bring the most benefit whether it is to add value to your home or just for you or your family to enjoy. Installing new countertops, appliances, and cabinets can really bring a kitchen together.
When remodeling your kitchen, you may want to start small. Replacing the kitchen faucet, adding new kitchen hardware, and replacing old light fixtures are all inexpensive places to start. If replacing the cabinets is out of your budget, consider a fresh coat of paint to give them a new look. These types of small upgrades can improve the overall look of your kitchen.
Bathroom upgrades and renovations are a great investment to make in your home. Remodeling the bathroom can be a huge project, and intimidating at first to take on. However, minor and major bathroom renovations pay off when you are ready to sell. Minor upgrades can consist of installing a new mirror, updating the knobs or faucets, and installing new lighting. While these upgrades can be quick and easy, they make a huge difference in the appearance and functionality of your bathroom.
Major bathroom renovations can include completely gutting it and installing a new vanity, new tile flooring, new shower fixtures, and more. Either size of remodeling you choose, they will both pay off in the end.
Your home’s exterior is the first thing guests and potential buyers will notice. Focusing your efforts on the exterior of your home will increase your curb appeal and value in the long run. We understand that the task of updating your entire landscaping footprint can be intimidating, and you may not be sure where to start. We recommend starting small, a few strategically placed planters and cleaned-up flower beds can go a long way.