Great Ways to Add Value to Your House
There are many ways to add value to your house. If you are looking to sell your house you will want to make a lot of improvements, especially if you live in an older house. To update your curb appeal you will want to upgrade the outside of your home. This can include things like repainting, getting new windows and or doors, replacing your roof, getting a new driveway, and invest in nice landscape to name a few options. There are many things you can do to the inside of your home as well to help add value to your home. Some examples are: add a new bathroom, redo your loft, redecorate, add an extension, install central air, and upgrade your kitchen.
Having a beautiful outside of your home is very important because it makes the first impression on someone coming up to your home. You will want to contact Allstate Roofing to help upgrade your home to make a great impression. When people are looking to buy homes they first look at the outside to see if is something they like, and they make a decision to see your home or not solely based on the outside of the home.
Once you have a great looking exterior of your home it is not time to look at the interior. Nothing is worse than having a great looking exterior then to walk into a house that looks very outdated. You will want to make sure you repaint your home before getting ready to sell. If you have outdated windows you will want to get those replaced because no only can they be a safety concern they also may not be up today with the most energy efficiency. Speaking of energy efficiency that is the route many people are looking to go now a days. There are many ways to achieve this. You can upgrade your kitchen to energy star appliances, install energy efficient windows and instillation and install an energy star HVAC system.
Here’s an infographic with detail about the best ways to add value to your home. A large chunk of it goes to loft conversion followed by an extension. Check it out.
Loft conversion sounds interesting. I’d love to have a loft someday!
This is great! I think we are going to finish our basement first. Everything else is in pretty good condition.
We have redone everything but the upstairs bathroom. Our house is only 20 years old. Whoever gets it when we move will be lucky. My husband rocks!
In 2013 we redid our original 1942 kitchen. This year I have my eyes set on revamping the bathroom, it doesn’t have a shower and with 2 young kids I desperately need one.
Good tips and things to think about. I’ve been weighing the pros and cons of getting the instant hot water heating system versus keeping the traditional hot water tank trying to figure how much value it really adds to the house plus the cost savings on utility bills it provides versus the expensive price tag.