If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your home, but aren’t quite sure of where to start – or which projects to tackle to dramatically improve the return on investment and overall value of your home – you’ve come to the right place!
You see, a lot of people have been led to believe that only expensive remodels are ever going to turn a profit, and even then your profit margin is razor thin. But when you choose to work with real professionals on the right projects, you not only get to spend a lot less on your remodel projects – but you see a lot more money in return, as well!
Let’s cover three home improvements that you’ll want to seriously consider moving forward with.
Minor (very minor) bathroom remodels
Instead of spending close to £5000 on a complete bathroom overhaul (or even worse, spending £10,000 on a completely new bathroom addition), you’ll instead want to think about throwing only about £500 at your bathroom project with new floors, possibly a new shower or bathtub, and updated paint and vanities. Add fresh window dressings like roller blinds or vertical blinds and mirrors which are a great addition for adding light and making the space look bigger.
These small changes can contribute quite a bit to the bottom line value of your property.
Swap out your exterior door
The best glass panel doors professionals can help you install will add a tremendous amount of value to your home in the form of “curb appeal”, while at the same time upgrading the safety and security of your property as well.
These doors usually aren’t at all that expensive, and the installation usually won’t take any longer than a day. You can completely change the way your home looks in record time – and add thousands to the value of your home along the way. The front door can be a focal point for any home. Nowadays the front door doesn’t have to match your plain white or brown windows, instead they are available in lots of different colours and styles definitely then making it stand out and add some panache to your home.
New light fixtures all-around
Nothing dates a piece of property more so than the lighting fixtures that have been installed throughout the home.
If you’d like to drag your home into the 21st century, or pulling backwards in time to really blend with the older aesthetic that has become so popular these days (all while promising increased reliability, light quality, and energy savings that new light fixtures can offer), this is definitely the kind of project you’ll want to tackle. Whether you thinking big bold chandeliers, smaller down lighters or even wall lights little changes will make a huge difference.
It won’t eat up a lot of your budget, it won’t eat up a lot of your time, and you’ll be well positioned to cash in big time when you put your home on the market!