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5 Remodeling Options For Homeowners

5 Remodeling Options For Homeowners

January 30, 2019
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Tips for Remodeling your Home

If you are a homeowner and have been thinking about remodeling parts of your home to improve your living quarters, or to increase the value of the property for resale, here are some tips to help you get the most out of your remodel.

Some remodeling options may increase the value of the home more than others, so it’s important to consider these variables before committing to such a big change. Below you will find 5 valuable improvements you can make to your home for better living and long term investing.

1. Vaulted Ceilings

Vaulted Ceilings Remodeling

This is a major improvement/overhaul for any homeowner and can really improve look and feel of the interior when done properly. Vaulted ceilings provide a sense of space that can’t be accomplished by expanding on the room size.

Vaulted ceilings provide space for larger fans, lighting, and other interior decorations. This modification to the home can create a feeling of luxury and open up any room in the home. Vaulted entryways, kitchens, and living rooms benefit most from this type of improvement.

 2. Flooring

Wooden Flooring

Flooring is something that can make or break the look and feel of a home. Old outdated carpeting, vinyl flooring, or dated tile can impact the value of a home when it comes time to sell. Flooring options are available for any type of floor you want to install in your home.

Some of the more popular styles of flooring are wood, tile, concrete, natural stone, and carpet. Many homes are opting in for functional and affordable flooring options that last and can stand up to family life. Refinishing your floors is an option if you have already invested in wood flooring or natural stone tiles.

 3. Countertops

Countertops remodeling

There is no doubt that the kitchen and bathroom counters get a massive amount of traffic and abuse in the home. It’s possible that your countertops take more abuse than your floors and there is a reason for that. The countertop space is condensed to a much smaller area than the flooring and is a center point for dinging, entertainment, and life.

Finding a solid countertop option to last for years would be the ideal solution for anyone considering the upgrade. Natural stone countertops have the longest life expectancy and should at least be considered before upgrading.

4. Bathrooms

Bathroom Remodeling

This room takes a lick’n and keeps on tick’n. Bathrooms are one of the highest trafficked rooms in the home. From brushing your teeth to taking a shower, everyone is in the bathroom at least a few times a day. Upgrading the faucets and shower plumbing will improve the experience and the perceived value of the room.

Flooring in here should be tolerant to water and heavy traffic. The paint should also be waterproof and capable of standing up to the elements. Shower doors are an upgrade from curtains, and large toilets cater better to the average family than shallow toilet bowls.

5. Kitchen

Kitchen Remodeling

This is the place to remodel if you are going to remodel anything. Not only is this great for improving your quality of life, but it also becomes a place that can improve the overall value of your home. Upgraded appliances, sinks, countertops, and living space can convert any kitchen into a dream kitchen.

Most families spend most of their times in and around the kitchen. The kitchen is the center-point for any family. Improving this room is beneficial for the short term and the long run.

 

Remodeling your home may be inspired by many things, but one thing is for certain is that when done properly it can increase the value of your home substantially. We all want to save money during a remodel, so planning in advance is important.  Investing in quality flooring, natural stone counters, marble, granite, and any other natural surface will have a long-lasting impact on your home’s appraisal.