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Renewing an outdated kitchen and bathroom will preserve the value of your home.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.
If you’re a homeowner, you know that it’s imperative you protect your home from the ravages of winter’s cold temperatures. Likewise, you can keep your home running smoothly during summer’s hottest months with just a few, simple jobs you can do in a day. Besides adding value to your home, you’ll gain peace of mind knowing your home will be able to withstand the hazards that summer weather can bring.
With summer here, lots of families have renovations on their minds. Here is a list of design and planning advice most often given to clients by professional renovators: