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4 Home Improvement Projects To Consider Before The End Of The Year


There are many homeowners who’d rather move to a new house instead of remodeling the house they’re living in currently.

But homeowners aren’t the only ones to blame here, as the whole remodeling thing can take months, and it can be a nightmare living in your house with people constantly moving in and out. That is why many homeowners consider it more straightforward to just move to another house.

So, here are some pain-free home renovations that you can squeeze-in this year before the winter comes.

  1. Bathroom/Kitchen Upgrades

If you have plans to upgrade a part of your house but have decided the part yet, you should consider kitchen and bathroom first. These two places will give you the best ROI (return on investment) when you finally sell your house.

If you are planning on moving out of your house within the next 5 years, you are better off upgrading some parts of it rather than going for a complete overhaul.

  1. Replace Your HVAC

Winter is coming, so it’s a good time of the year to take a look at your HVAC and make sure it’s working perfectly. HVAC maintenance or complete replacement will help in keeping your heating costs down during the winter season. This can also be a great project to make your house more appealing for the families who are looking for a ready to move in house in the winter.

  1. Laminate Flooring

Upgrading/replacing the flooring of your house can be a great way to make your house look and feel like new. If you’re looking to replace the flooring of your house, consider installing laminate flooring. They are really inexpensive and easy to install, and can last for a really long time. Laminate floors have lately become better. They now function and feel better than ever. That is why they have made into higher end houses which used to have hardwood or other more expensive flooring options. You can get your house’s flooring changed, and get laminate flooring installed for the best results.

Laminate Flooring
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  1. Convert Your Basement Or Attic Into A Living Area

You can easily get your basement or attic area converted into a nice living area. You can use this extra space as a guest area, home cinema, bedroom or whatever you’d like it to be. This obviously increases the livable square footage of your house, and will surely make your family members or guests happier than ever before. You can also upgrade your insulation before winter alongside this project.

Adding more livable square footage to your house will also help in increasing the overall resale value of your house. You can even rent out the extra space to college students or small families if you want.

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