411homerepair.com

Latest Articles

6 Easy Steps To Drain a Hot Water Heater

Hot water heaters are not something you think about until something goes wrong. To safeguard against problems, we recommend cleaning them out every...

on Jul 26, 2017

A Checklist of 8 Things to Do Before Moving into Your New Home

If well planned, moving into a new home can be a fun-filled experience, rather than a stressful one. There’s more to getting a new home...

on Jul 25, 2017

6 Ways You Can Spruce Up Your Kitchen on a Budget

An attractive and healthy-looking kitchen is one of the most striking spaces in the home. The condition of your kitchen can add to or subtract from...

on Jul 25, 2017

Finding a Good HVAC Contractor Near You

Icy winters, hot summers, humidity, cloudiness, and fluctuations in temperature are phrases and words that are often used to describe the climate...

on Jul 23, 2017

How to Install A Water Heater Timer

If you are looking for ways to make your home more energy-efficient, then your water heater should be a part of the process. According to studies...

on Jul 18, 2017

Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Increases The Resale Value of a Home

by Guest on Aug 23, 2013

Homeowners that are trying to boost the resale value of their home tend to figure out very fast that not all renovations are created equal.  A lot of “big-ticket” items such as flagstones around your pool, a pond in your backyard, or hardwood floors can be great for you as the homeowner.  However, these improvements are for the homeowner and will not do much to increase the resale value of your home.  Instead of items like this, homeowners should focus on items like a bathroom remodeling or kitchen-remodeling job. 

Kris Anderson, a Re/Max agent says, “The key when remodeling is to think in terms of resale always.”

The Benefits of A Good Remodeling Job

There are wide ranges of home improvements that can increase the resale value of your home, from simply painting to more extensive projects like a kitchen or bathroom remodel, even in the current buyer’s market.  A bathroom remodeling job, especially updating an aging master bathroom or adding an additional bathroom can bring you a 168% return on your investment.

If you are doing a remodeling job, remember that kitchen remodeling is very important.  The kitchen is still looked at as the most important room in the house.  If you remodel your kitchen, again you will see an increase in your homes resale value with a 168% return on investment.

Now that you know the top rooms to remodel for the biggest return, it’s time to get to work.

Kitchen / Bathrooms 1033 Views

Most Recent Articles

Sponsored Articles

Random Articles

The Alternative to a Re-Roofs Roof Renovation

If you need to replace your roof to stop it deteriorating or if it’s been damaged by the weather it can be a costly, time consuming and very...

Roofing / Gutters

A Few Things to Keep in Mind When Choosing Your Home's Exterior

There is more to the outside of your home than just looks. Mother Nature can be very aggressive when she deals out snow, wind, heat, rain, etc....

Windows / Siding

DIY Home Repair; How to Patch Breaks in a Basement Wall

Important factor of beginning patching breaks in a basement wall project is watch over the area that needs patching for a couple of months....

Plumbing / Basements

How Walk-in Showers Can Aid Those with Reduced Mobility

If you have less than perfect mobility, the chances are lowering yourself into a bath-tub is out of the question. But if you have a shower that's...

Kitchen / Bathrooms

How to Reinforce Home Security with Telephone Entry Systems

Security matters are vital. Though, we are often skeptical to new age intercom systems and ignore their great value to our daily convenience but...

Safety / Security

Actions

Contact Us | Submit Article | RSS | 411homerepair © 2017