Anyone who has purchased a home knows that it is the little things, such as marble countertops and hardwood floors that can affect its value. So, it only makes sense that as a homeowner you would want to preserve the value of your home.
Here are 4 easy ways to do just that:
1. Update Kitchen and Bathrooms
Renewing an outdated kitchen and bathroom will preserve the value of your home. Installing new sinks, tubs and faucets, replacing old flooring with durable hardwood or ceramic tile and resurfacing your cabinets will keep your home looking fresh and clean.
Bathroom renovations are one of the most popular home improvement projects in Canada. Creating your dream bathroom can add greatly to both the value of your house, as well as your family’s enjoyment of your home. But bathroom renovations also offer a number of opportunities to include several features that can dramatically improve the energy- and water-efficiency of your house, while making your home healthier and more comfortable.
If you’re thinking about renovating your bathroom, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers the following tips on how to make sure your renovation is as efficient, green and affordable as possible...
While the phrase, “April showers bring May flowers” is true, the month of May has so much more to offer….like home remodelling projects. May is nationally recognized as Home Improvement Month because it’s a perfect time for homeowners to begin investing in their home and make the upgrades they’ve been wishing for all year. During May, most school and work schedules are becoming a little more relaxed, and family vacations are soon approaching. Times like these are ideal for homeowners because they can feel more at ease in the planning process and spend time traveling with their children while their remodelling projects are under construction.
If you’re preparing to begin a home remodelling project this May, consider these three smart tips...