5 ways to increase your property value with renovations

Renovations can be expensive. Luckily, you don’t have to do them all at once. With the right renovation plan, you could increase the value of your property and make your home more enjoyable to live in too. Just Right Renovations Ltd. in Winnipeg can create a design and renovation plan that puts property value first.

Here are five interior renovation ideas to increase the value of your home.

Focus on your kitchen

Your kitchen is often the hectic heart of the home. It is where the action happens. It’s also the first thing a home buyer looks at when inspecting a home for sale. The good news is that a homeowner can usually recover 72% of a kitchen upgrade when they sell their home.

The kitchen is essential for increasing the value of your home, but you don’t have to do everything at once. Small renovations in the kitchen can add value as well. New faucets, countertops, fixtures, and sinks will modernize the space and still add value to your property.

Finish your basement

A finished basement adds more comfort and living space to a home. The money spent adding a full-sized bathroom, guest room, family room or entertainment room is worth the cost while you’re there. Then when you plan to sell, your finished basement will appeal to buyers and boost your home’s listing price.

Upgrade your bathroom

Renovating the bathroom is an easy way to boost the sales appeal of your home. For a quick bathroom upgrade consider new countertops, flooring, faucets, and fixtures. Bathtub to shower conversions are also very popular and can make your home more accessible. Just make sure at least one bathroom in the house has a bathtub if you want to appeal to more buyers. You could also turn a half bathroom into a full bathroom or add a new one to increase the value and appeal of your home.

Keep up with home repairs and maintenance

The quickest way to lower the value of your home is to ignore maintenance and repairs. Broken switches, outlets, valves, loose railings, or creaky steps are just a few of the areas to watch. A few minor things can turn a homebuyer away or lower their offer. Also, a home that needs multiple repairs gives the impression that maintenance was never a priority. This lack of maintenance can be a big deterrent for buyers.

These broken things are inconvenient and even a safety hazard while you’re living there. So it’s best to address these issues as they come up with a reputable contractor like Just Right Renovations Ltd.

Don’t forget finishing touches

The finishing touch is important. Areas that are easy to see, like walls, baseboards, bannisters, window and door frames, should all be part of your renovation plan. These areas can sometimes be cheaper to renovate, and when done right, they look amazing. Investing in these finishing touches will freshen up a home and make it feel new again.

General Contractors in Winnipeg

Just Right Renovations Ltd. can help you upgrade the interior and exterior of your home. They can also help with home maintenance and repairs to make your life easier. Serving Winnipeg and the surrounding area since 2002, their team of seasoned trade professionals is ready to get to work on all jobs, big or small.

Get started today with a free estimate from Just Right Renovations Ltd.

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