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5 Budget-Friendly Ways to Add Value to Your Home

Putting your home back on the market is no easy feat, and there is a lot to think about when you go through this process. You want to ensure you get the most profit out of your property without having to shell out for costly renovations. After all, you won’t be the one enjoying the makeover in the long run. Here are a few budget-friendly tips to add value to your home.

Paint and Redecorate

Never underestimate the power of paint. A simple paint job can lift the look of your home, and a pot of paint won’t cost you the world. If you’re feeling adventurous, add a splash of color to your walls. A statement wall can give the living room a whole new vibe. On the other hand, neutral tones can offer a subtle yet noticeable change.

Redecorate your interior for less by picking out one or two accent pieces. Decorative pillows and wall art needn’t be expensive, but they can have a major visual impact on potential buyers. If you don’t want to splash out, then look into upcycling. A lick of paint can make an old sideboard pop, and even dining room furniture can benefit from a new coat.

Change Your Handles

Small touches, like modern cabinet handles and shiny faucets, can be visually appealing and revamp old fixtures. They are inexpensive purchases and are easy to fit by yourself. Replacing handles can offer a new look without the costly expense of replacing entire units. In some cases, a replacement isn’t necessary, and all you need is a couple of layers of paint.

Fix Your Roof

Roof repairs may not be budget-friendly, but maintaining your roof can save you from worse problems down the line. The roof is often overlooked by homeowners, but it is one of the first things potential buyers notice before they set foot in a house. If your roof is looking worse for wear, D&D Roofing and Sheet Metal offer professional roofing services which can add value to your home. They deal with repairs and installations in Nevada and California.

Upgrade Your Front Door

As a buyer approaches a home, they immediately notice the front door. An attractive front door can add curb value to your property, and it can increase interest in your home. Make sure your front door is inviting by either touching it up with paint, polishing the hardware, or simply replace it with a brand new door.

Replace Your Light Fixtures

Replacing your light fixtures is a cost-effective and easy way to modernize your home. Old buildings can especially benefit from this small upgrade, and a well-suited fixture with the right lighting can make or break the ambiance in a room. You can use lighting to draw attention away from areas, which may need some patching up, and it can also be used to add depth to a room. While you’re at it, make sure you replace any broken lights to reduce any negative experience for buyers as they walk through your home.


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