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One of the few positive things to come out of COVID was the extra amount of time people had at home with their families. With all of the additional time at home, people also began to fix up and improve their home fronts. New projects and renovations saw a huge increase across the country. This article is going to focus on seven different home improvement projects that can boost the value of your home. Remodel your kitchen, add energy efficient windows, fix up your fence, Remodel your bathroom, Add in a deck, Boost the curb appeal of your home, and fix up or make basic updates. These are the seven things that will be focused on throughout the article. 

1. Remodel the Kitchen

 The kitchen is the focal point of any home, and there are many different ways that homeowners can fix up and add lots of value to their homes. Cabinets make up a huge part of any kitchen, and simply sanding and painting cabinets can transform a kitchen by itself. Flooring and back splashes are also other areas that a homeowner can look into changing, and be rather inexpensive fixes that add lots of value into a home. Another new and innovative idea that has become a popular new thing is open shelving. Removing cabinet doors over kitchen sinks and creating an open look has become a very popular look.

2. Add energy efficient windows

 Installing energy efficient windows is an upfront investment that will pay for itself over time. How will they pay for themselves, and how are energy efficient windows different from regular windows? These windows are covered in a material that is able to block out ultra violet rays from the sun. These windows also come with at least two or sometimes three panes of glass. Both of these building features help keep the home much better insulated and help prevent thermodynamics or loss of heating and cooling. This information was taken and can be reached at this website. 

3. Fix up Your Fence

 There is a lot of curb appeal and selling power in a good fence. No matter what type of fence surrounds your property, fixing it up and making it look better can add lots of value to your home. Wood fences can be fixed up simply by nailing pickets back up and touching up paint or stain to the fence. The same thing can be said for metal fences. Wire fences can be fixed up by tightening the wire or painting the posts in between the wire. All of these things can be done relatively inexpensively but can add a lot of value to your home. 

4. Bathroom remodel

 Bathrooms are something that can require lots of upkeep through the years. Leaking toilets, clogged up showers, sinks that are no longer functioning properly are a few things that can be fixed up. New flooring or a new paint job are also a couple things that can be done that can add value to a home. Fixing a leaking toilet and keeping that water leakage from happening is something that saves lots of money over time. New sinks are also a pretty inexpensive remodel that can change the whole appearance and feel of a bathroom. Bathrooms and the kitchen are the two main selling points of a home, so if you’re fixing up your home focus on these two areas.

5. Add a Deck in your backyard

 The backyard is a place where the entire family spends time. A great addition to your backyard would be a new deck that can add to the aesthetic appeal of your backyard. Adding a deck to your backyard will increase the living space of your home while it will certainly add value to your entire home. When the weather’s nice where you live, a deck can host any type of gatherings you may want to have. The list of reasons why adding a deck is a good idea is very long. Please feel free to refer to this website to read about the value of adding a deck to your home. 

6. Boost your curb appeal

 People shop with their eyes, and people also buy on their first impressions. Curb appeal is something that all home buyers should be aware of. Even if you’re not going to be in the market to sell your home, it is still very important that your home look really nice and neat for those who drive by. A well kept yard, nice landscaping, well maintained trim and exterior paint just to name a few. Taking time to make a few subtle changes can make a huge difference in the overall appearance of your home. 

7. Appliance updates & basic updates of your home

 People who live in a home and especially those who have children will constantly have things to clean up and fix up. A fresh paint job on the walls and baseboards can reinvigorate the entire house. Putting new LED lighting can make your home seem bigger and more open as well. Buying some new appliances in your kitchen and even laundry room will make your home look new again. There are lots of different things you can do in a day’s work to bring new life into your home. HGTV has a great article full of ideas to bring that life into your home. 

https://www.hgtv.com/lifestyle/clean-and-organize/top-15-home-updates

Conclusion

 The COVID pandemic created lots of down time at home, there is no better way to take advantage of that time than a home improvement project. Everyone’s home is unique and has it’s very own set of needs that should be taken care of. This list is simply something to think about or consider as home improvement projects. It is a wonderful feeling as a homeowner to start a home improvement project and see it get completed and turn out the way you intended it to be a wonderful experience. Whatever it is that you decide to update and improve your home in, enjoy the process of adding value to your home. All seven of these ideas will without a doubt add value to your home. 

Happy Home!  Happy Heart!

Alex Capozzolo is a partner of Henry Buys Homes, a real estate company in Jacksonville, FL. He has been writing for the real estate industry for several years. Henry is a licensed agent that operates in the Florida market

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