We all think about ways to improve or update our homes, but many of us don’t know how to get beyond that wish list stage or can’t afford big budget items.
Projects with a high return on investment: If you’re going to invest in projects designed to improve your home’s value, it makes sense to know what remodeling projects will give you the most return for your money
Projects with the lowest return on investment: Unless your home is the only one on the block without these items, these projects could actually detract from your home’s attractiveness.
There are a number of routes you can go when remodeling your kitchen and bathroom – from simple items such as replacing a fixture or floors – to a complete remodel that includes expanding the size of the room. Where you live, material selections, and the scope of the work are all factors that determine costs and can make a difference in your budget.
Angie’s List tips: How to hire the right remodeling contractor:
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