Did you know that renovating your house’s exterior will help you save money in the long run? While many people think these upgrades are useless and just a waste of money, renovating your house exterior is actually a long term investment. As your home increases in age, the building materials used to build the house will begin to degrade and deteriorate. This means that many of the materials used—regardless of price and quality will begin to lose their durability and aesthetic appeal.
Whether it is something you have been meaning to get around to for a while now or have only just started to consider, renovating your house’s exterior should be one of your goals this spring. Keep in mind that the exterior of your home is extremely important, not just for aesthetic reasons but for safety ones as well, so it is crucial that you make sure the structure is always properly maintained. Updating the exterior of your home will give it a whole new look.
The 2019 Cost vs. Value report compares the average cost of 22 remodeling projects with the value those projects retain at resale in 136 U.S. markets, based on a survey of 3,000 real estate agents and firms. Improving the cosmetic or structural aspects of your property does not need to be over the top. The trick is targeting the correct parts of it that will allow you to re-sell at a good price. Remember, consider small changes that make a big impact.
Here are some renovation and refurbishment projects you can consider: