Increasing the Value of Your Home: It’s as Easy as 1,2,3!

Are you looking to sell your home? Or are you wanting to upgrade outdated styles? Either way, you don’t want to pay for renovations that won’t benefit your home, and it can be hard to determine which renovations will give you the biggest bang for your buck.
While there are many good upgrades to choose from, here are three great ones that are proven to add value to your home.

1. Work on the heart of the home. The kitchen is now the heart of the home. Families cook, eat, socialize, and even work from their kitchens. You can add value by doing something as simple as giving it a fresh coat of paint or installing a new sink. If you want to go big, re-do your cabinetry to make it look like you just bought them. You can also add character with a backsplash that makes a statement.

2. Create a getaway. Gone are the days of utilitarian bathrooms. People want a getaway where they can relax, take a hot shower or bath, and unwind. By upgrading your bath or shower with stone tiles or jets, you can increase value. Add a stone sink like marble or granite to create an even more luxurious feel.

3. Just keep cleaning. It may be surprising, but regular maintenance is a great way to increase the value of your home! Replace a leaky faucet; weed your garden beds once a month; clean your bathroom on a consistent basis. While they may be small things to do, they can make a world of difference when it comes to the value of your home.
Making renovations to your home not only increases value but also make your home more enjoyable to live in. If you’re not sure what to do when it comes to renovations, let James Construction help! We’ve got years of experience in adding value to our customers’ homes.


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