Remodeling and additions is common theme among home owners not only looking to improve their home, but preparing for the future by increasing it’s value for when they’re ready to sell. In fact, according to 2013 Houzz Research, 54 percent of home owners remodeled their home in an effort to sell it. Additionally, the global home improvement market is expected to grow at a yearly rate of 2.5 percent between 2010 and 2015.
There are many home improvement projects you can take on to give your home a better look, and increase it’s value at the same time. Hiring a bathroom contractor or bathroom remodeler to improve both the appearance and function of your dated bathrooms is a sure way to raise value of your home. In fact, recent research shows that Americans spend an average of $10,422 on bathroom remodeling projects. Other common remodeling projects include hiring a basemen contractor to finish or remodel your basement, or remodeling your kitchen.
Remodeling is a great way to add value to your home, and even if you don’t plan on selling, you can keep the inside of your home appealing and up to date with modern renovations-84% of Americans plan on renovating their home do so in order to redecorate too. You can also consider consulting with a home builder for options on home additions. Kitchen additions are a great way renovate your kitchen design and to give your kitchen more space. Kitchen additions can also significantly increase the value of your home because you’re not only improving the appearance, you’re adding more square footage to your house.