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3 Home Renovation Projects that Add Value
Home renovation project gives a makeover to the place where you live and also increases its
value. Homeowners prefer renovating the kitchen and living room remodeling, which is not a
bad start, especially when there are no budget constraints. The blog post suggests three home
renovation ideas that are a little heavy on the pocket, but would drive great resale returns. You
may speak with your home renovation contractors in Dallas to bring in these changes in the
Fences are good investments as it adds to the value of your property. One thing that you need
to know is that the style of the fence makes a lot of difference. A chain-link fence, for instance,
does not add any value to the house and you might even end up removing it because of the bad
curb appeal. Fences made of cedar and other natural materials add to the curb appeal and also
provide privacy to residents.
Add a Bathroom
If you have an extra room or underutilized space in the house, you can turn it into an extra
bathroom. You can also use spaces such as closets and area under the stairs to build a small
bathroom. The cost of adding a bathroom mainly depends on whether you want a half-bath or
full-bath with or without bathtub. Other fittings such as shower panel, cubicle, wash basin,
mirror, cupboard, etc. also add to the cost of adding a bathroom to your property.
Add a Room
Adding another room to the house could be expensive, if you don’t plan it properly with the
renovation contractor. You may reinvent an existing space in the house to lower the cost. Ask
the contractor if it is possible to convert the basement or attic into another room. You can use
the basement as a second living room or game room. If there are kids in the house, the attic
space could be turned into a kids’ room. Another idea that homeowners can go for is dividing a
spacious room into two areas. If the dining space or living room in the house, for instance, is
bigger than what is required, you may add a partition or wall to create another room.
Though a home renovation project demands a significant amount of time and money, it is
beneficial in the long term. Make sure that you hire a reputable renovation contractor who
knows the right way to add more value to the house in an affordable way. Plan each and every
part of the project so that the end result is satisfactory and you do not end up splurging money
on unnecessary things.
If you are planning to renovate your house, the blog discusses three ideas that are although
expensive, add a lot of value to the home.