11 Oct Easy Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home
Home renovations are a great way to increase the value of your home. There are a variety of ways you can renovate your home and here at Spivey Insurance Group we want you to have the best looking home on the block as well as fully protected. Here are some great tips on how to increase your home’s value and what steps you might want to take when planning your next home renovation.
Planning your remodel is very important to your upcoming home renovations. Make sure you list your goals and set them to be achievable during a specific time frame. Take the list and categorize what is most important to you and your family. Make sure you keep your financial goal in mind when you are planning these renovations. Just remember have patience, a home renovation won’t be done overnight, it takes time.
Another suggestion is to tackle one room at a time. This allows all the home projects to be achievable. Whether you are upgrading the carpet or hardwoods, painting, or tearing down walls, keeping to one room allows you to achieve those goals you previously set.
Here are some top home renovations to increase your home’s value:
• Kitchen. You can paint either the walls or the faux wooden cabinets for a splash of color. Adding new backsplash and new stainless steel appliances will update your kitchen and look brand new.
• Bathrooms. One way to upgrade your bathroom is to focus on faucets. This gives your bathroom a sleek and clean look. Adding either a granite or marble countertop will also brighten up your bathroom space.
• Floors. Upgrading your flooring is another home renovation that will help you home look brand new. Whether you choose carpet, hardwood, or laminate this will help change your home and allow it to become more appealing.
Here at Spivey Insurance we do not only want your house to become a home we want to make sure your home is protected. If you have any questions regarding your homeowner’s insurance policy feel free to give us a call at 704-821-4460 or stop by our office. Make sure you stay connected with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Google Plus.