The real estate market is still challenging. There are fewer buyers and fewer options. Summer is coming to an end, and with that comes a slowing down of home sales. If you want to sell your home, you may have to consider how you can set your home apart from the competition. Maybe with some cost-effective home renovations in the kitchen and bath.
When considering those renovations, consider “going green’ or at least being as green friendly as you can. Environmentally friendly home renovations get you the most bang for your buck. And, with the cost of living as high as it is, it is important to save money on home renovations as well.
The two most popular rooms for home renovations are the kitchen and the bathrooms. But these renovations can be expensive as well. It is easy to go over budget in these two rooms. However, these are the rooms that can make or break a home sale. But, you can cut down on those costs and help the environment by keeping the existing cabinets and bathroom vanity. Using the old cabinets rather than buying new helps the environment by keeping those cabinets out of the land fill, and saves on fuel for transportation, to name just two. Additionally, using green paints and finishes is another green choice.
Kitchens and baths do have the highest ROI. It won’t be 100%, but it can still be high, especially if you keep costs down. So how do you do that? Cabinet refacing. If your cabinets are sturdy and made well, but out of date, drab and worn, kitchen cabinet refacing is the perfect option to remodeling your kitchen while keeping costs in line.
Home renovations can add value to your home. Having a beautiful kitchen and bath certainly can set your home apart. For more information on kitchen cabinet refacing, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.