We did some research to find out what home improvement projects really do increase your home value. Before you start a project you should make sure the new project is 1) Low maintenance 2) Good Quality 3) Energy-efficient and 4) Not too costly (we can help with this one)
Replacing Your Front Door
Replacing the front door gives you the best bang for your buck when it comes to transforming the look and feel of your home. Also, older doors tend to be a huge source of energy loss.
Today’s siding is much better than it was in the past. With long guarantees and better durability and fade resistance new siding is good bang for your buck. Siding replacements can give you a solid 83% return should you decide to sell your home.
Not a major kitchen re-model but a minor one. You can keep costs down by refacing cabinets and adding modestly priced appliances. Add some new flooring and countertops and you have a new kitchen with little out of pocket.
New Garage Door
A new garage door will provide a huge boost to your curb appeal and it won’t break the bank.