Buyer’s remorse often happens after you buy something and regret you made the purchase. That regret can be tied up in how much you just spent and the fact that there might be a better deal out there. When it comes to making a home improvement, you certainly don’t want to feel any remorse. That would happen when you get your home appraised and discover you’re not getting the return on your investment that you though you would. Here are some smart home improvement investments you should consider:
A Minor Bathroom Remodel
Next to remodeling the kitchen, bathroom remodels are extremely popular. They are also surprisingly affordable if you plan right. You could spend around $10,000 replacing a tub, tiling the floor, swapping out the sink and upgrading fixtures. What you would get back is exactly that much and perhaps a bit more on your new appraisal. If you don’t want to spend that much, then consider minor upgrades like re-glazing a tub and replacing all the surrounding caulk. You can swap out fixtures on the sink but keep the vanity. With a shower, you can replace the doors or remove them all together to give the illusion of more space. Fresh paint and some additional shelving for storage and it’s like a whole new bathroom.
How is your curb appeal? Try standing across the street to look at your home. That’s the best way to spot those areas that could stand with improvement. You could invest in a professional landscaper to set up a new garden. Once installed, you can take over the upkept. Bringing in hardscape elements like gravel or mulch is a terrific way to makeover your front yard’s landscaping. You should also give equal attention to the backyard as well. The more green you can add, the better the return on the investment.
Minor Kitchen Remodel
It is easy to fall down the “rabbit hole” of a kitchen remodel and spend twice as much as you need to to see a return on the investment. A minor remodel would involve re-facing or repainting your cabinets and drawers. That is a much more affordable option than replacing them all together. Try adding recessed lighting to the countertops and invest in a stove and refrigerator upgrade. Just be sure to pick models that will fit in the existing space.
Of course, the best home improvement project always starts with a thorough decluttering. It’s not just about picking up wayward backpacks and toys. Instead, go through every room in the home and identify those things you can do without. When you have you list, call in Junk King Hudson Valley. One session with these junk hauling experts is all it will take to get your home clear of any and all junk items. Start your home improvement project with a junk hauling appointment from Junk King Hudson Valley. Your home will look great.