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5 Simple Ways To Add Value To Your Home

Nobody wants to pay more than they need to; but even if you don’t intend on staying inyour house forever, it’s always a good idea to constantly be looking for ways to add value to it. In this article, I will share 5 simple ways that you can improve the value of your home and make it more attractive to potential buyers. From replacing your wallpaper to installing a new roof, here are 5 things you can do to increase the value of your home.

  1. Replace the wallpaper

Wallpaper is an easy upgrade that can add some personality to your room. Choose a fun pattern you wouldn’t normally choose. Make sure it’s not too busy, and try to pick a pattern that coordinates with the furniture in your room. If you’re decorating a child’s room, go for something playful. Try to do this when you have time, because it will take a few days for the new wallpaper to be fully hung and dried before you can paint.

When painting over wallpaper try to go darker if possible because the newer paper will absorb more paint than the older paper underneath.

  1. Pressure wash your driveway

You might be surprised at how much better your home’s curb appeal can look if you pressure wash your driveway. First, this not only removes dirt, but it can also remove mold and mildew that has built up over time. This will make your driveway look nicer and newer than it really is, thereby increasing its value.

Pressure washing your driveway is one of the easiest ways you can add value to your home and it comes at an affordable price. Pressure washing removes any dirt, mildew, and stains from your driveway so it will look new again. It also can make your driveway last longer and save on repairs by making it less slippery to drive on.

  1. Get new carpets

Carpets are one of the easiest ways to add value to a room. They can make an old room look new again, especially if they match the color scheme of the rest of the room.

When choosing new carpets, you need to pick a style that will suit your home. Perhaps you want something more traditional, or maybe you would prefer something more trendy. Be sure to take into consideration where you will be placing them, and what kind of lifestyle you have. For example, if your household pets tend to grace your carpets with their presence on a daily basis, or if your family is prone to spilling things, then perhaps it is best not to buy expensive carpets.

Once you have decided where they’ll go and what they’ll look like, head out to the store and find some that fit your needs. Be sure to measure out the area in which you plan on placing them before heading out to the store so that you know how much carpet tile you need, as well as how much carpet padding for underneath them. Make sure that there are enough extra tiles for any cuts that may need to be made in order for the tiles to fit properly. 

  1. Change your kitchen appliances

Because kitchen appliances are used on a daily basis, it is very important to invest in the best quality you can afford. It might seem like an unnecessary expense but investing in a quality refrigerator and stove will be much better in the long run than purchasing cheap ones. These appliances will last longer and need less repairs.

Use your appliances smartly and efficiently. A microwave is great for reheating food and cooking small portions of vegetables, pastas, and rice. Also use your oven more often during colder months when it is more efficient to use your oven than the stove burner. 

  1. Replace your roof

When you look at homes for sale in an area, do the roofs look similar? If so, this might be a good time to upgrade your own roofing system and make it look more like those of homes in other desirable neighborhoods. In addition, if you live in a neighborhood where there is a lot of re-roofing going on because of shingle problems, consider replacing your existing asphalt shingles with tile or another material that is less susceptible to wear and tear from wind and weather.

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The most important thing to remember when it comes to adding value to your home is to consider what you like, and keep in mind that what you like might often be completely different than what others might like. For example if you have a big extended family with lots of children, having a dedicated playroom or some other type of space for them to hang out in after school and on weekends might be something that you value highly. If on the other hand you rarely use the formal sitting room in your home, then why clutter up your life by spending money you don’t need to spend just to add value?

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