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Why complete home improvement projects?

With the current housing market, more and more people are choosing not to sell their homes; and are instead choosing to stay out until prospects get better. They are instead opting to make home improvements instead, as some improvements can add significant value to your home. There are some home improvement projects that you should consider investing in as they will add value to your home, which can improve your valuation when it comes time to sell!

Many projects do add value to your home, and improve your family’s quality of life. Here are some home improvement projects that add value to your home.

Replacing Doors

Your front door is one of the first impressions that your home gives to visitors or prospective buyers, so you might want to replace your tattered old front door with a new one. Doors North Wales can really spruce up your front door, and turn it into an attractive doorway into your home!

Remodeling the Kitchen

Most people consider the kitchen to be the heart of the home, and because of this, updates in this room pay off in spades. It’s all well and good upgrading your kitchen, as long as you don’t go overboard with it - you should never make your kitchen fancier than the rest of your house, or the neighborhood your home is situated in. 

Making improvements to your kitchen doesn’t have to include a full renovation, it can be as simple as a fresh coat of paint. Or swapping over your appliances to energy-efficient alternatives. 

Another Bathroom

If your home only has the one bathroom, you can add some value by adding another one! Like any home improvement project, the cost of adding a bathroom depends largely on the types of additions and accessories you want to use and the cost of these items. 

Adding Energy Efficient Windows

These days, new homeowners are shopping with energy efficiency in mind. Having old, drafty single-pane windows are a huge turn off for prospective buyers. Replacing your old windows with new energy efficient ones is going to be a big positive with buyers. You will also likely see a reduction in utility bills as energy efficient windows keep in the heat which will reduce the need for you to put the central heating on. 

Energy Efficient Insulation

If your home lacks the basic insulation, and has old drafty doors and windows that let in cold air and let out hot air, this can be a major turn off point for buyers. Sealing the cracks around doors or windows can save even money on energy costs, or fitting draft excluders in your home to prevent air escaping or coming in. Make sure to check problematic areas such as; around doors and windows, around electrical sockets and light switches, the attic hatch or anywhere ducts or wires go in and out of the house.

Basic Updates

Basic updates can add the most value to your home. Keeping the paint fresh, keeping an eye on the roof, getting rid of mould, replacing rotten wood or broken fixtures and fittings. These types of tasks can be tedious, but they’ll keep your home from deteriorating over time. These projects keep your home in tip-top-shape so that when you do decide to try and sell, buyers will be lining up to see a well-cared for and maintained home. 

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