Home renovations are crucial to increase the curb appeal and value, more so when planning to
sell it. However, have in mind that the cost incurred may not be recouped satisfactorily as one
may wish. To avoid frustrations, do renovations with the help of trademark Renovations that will
add value to your home and get 100% money back when the house is resold. But what is the
what to leave unattended. This article comprise of home renovations that may not add any
difference to your home.
So, what is the worst investment for a home renovation?
An inground pool
People have different thinking of renovations. When one think the value of a home will be
increased by an inbuild pool, the buyer may think otherwise and see it as wasted space.
Instead of spending thousands of dollars building a pool, do some research and renovate
something that most buyers may like.
Replacement of windows
If the windows are not appealing to the eye, then something need to be done. Although
replacing the windows will increase the curb appeal of a home, it will do little to reduce the
heating cost but can easily exceed the total replacement cost above $20k. A better investment
for a home renovation is tuning the windows by getting rid of air leaks to make them operate
better. Renovating old windows would be better than doing a complete replacement.
To increase the value of a home, some people may opt to add another garage to the existing
one. With several cars, it might be a good idea. However, some potential buyers may not be
interested in more than one garage and that may not add any value to the home. A good garage
may cost approximately $82,310 building from foundation to roofing.
Roofing is a necessity for any house irrespective of the color and design. If the house is not
leaking, then doing a replacement of the roof may not be a good investment. This might not
fetch any extra cash during a resale, but repairing any leaking or destroyed shingles may be a
Get value for money and do valuable renovations with the help of experienced, licensed and
certified contractors at Trademark Renovations Company.