It’s a new year full of new possibilities! You may be thinking about the goals you want to achieve this year, and while personal improvements are likely on that list, home improvements can be, too. So, as you think about ways you’d like to improve your home, be sure to consider which upgrades will add the most value.
Here are some home improvements that generally have great ROI:
Finish Your Basement
By adding more livable square footage to your home, you’re likely to increase your home’s value. Not to mention, your family will have more indoor space to enjoy. Whether you’d like to add a guest suite, an entertainment area complete with a downstairs bar, a craft/playroom for the kids, or a peaceful home office, the possibilities are endless. Contact a contractor today to discuss ways to transform your basement into everyone’s favorite space in your home.
Remodel an Area of Your Home
Today’s home trends are much different than the ones from even a decade ago, so updating your interior spaces with a remodel, either by opening up your floorplan or by updating an old kitchen or bathroom, can have a huge impact on the way your home looks, as well as how much it’s worth. If you’re ready to customize your house to fit your lifestyle and taste, get in touch with a Team Dave Logan remodeler today!
Install Upgraded Flooring
From normal wear and tear to unforeseen accidents, your flooring has probably endured a lot over the years. If your carpets or hardwood floors are beyond repair or unsightly, they could bring down the value of your home. So, now may be the perfect time to consider replacing your flooring with an upgraded option. Team Dave Logan’s flooring specialists can help you find a solution that will look beautiful and withstand the test of time (and kids and pets).
Repaint Your Home
There’s nothing like a new coat of paint to really freshen up your home and add value. An interior paint job can make your home feel brighter and cleaner. And an exterior paint job can seriously boost your curb appeal. Not to mention, having your home painted is less intensive than some other home improvement projects, so hiring a trusted painter might be a good starting point if you’re wanting to change up the look of your home without having a lot of disruption.