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Maximize Home Value With Low Remodeling Costs

Remodeling and Home ValueNot all remodeling projects are created equal. Some home renovations will increase the value of your home more than others. Remodeling costs can be expensive, so you will want to make sure that the home improvements that you make will pay off in the long run. Whether you are interested in a whole new kitchen or a simple facelift to your bathroom, we at Servant Remodeling can help create comfortable, beautiful, and functional spaces in your home. Here are some home remodeling projects that will significantly increase the value of your home.

 1. Upgraded Kitchen

They say the kitchen is the heart of a home. It is also at the heart of every home appraisal. A beautifully updated kitchen may substantially increase your home’s value. In fact, some estimates show that 80-120 percent of kitchen remodeling costs are added to the overall value of the home.

2. Bathroom Updates

Another sweet spot for a home value boost is the bathroom. Even simple updates (that do not carry a large remodeling cost)—like putting up a fresh coat of paint, switching out old plumbing fixtures, or laying down some new flooring—can go a long way to increase the value of your home.

 3. Curb Appeal Boost

First impressions mean a lot when it comes to the desirability of a home. Increasing the curb appeal of your home is a great way to increase its value. This can be done at minimal cost. Some simple things you could do include the following:

  • Install a new front door
  • Paint the existing front door
  • Install new windows
  • Add shutters or window boxes
  • Add plants/flowers

Though many home renovations come with significant remodeling costs, they don’t always have to, and even simple home improvements can increase the value of your home. If you are interested in home remodeling, please contact us, Servant remodeling, at 314-343-1161 today.

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