3 Home Improvement Projects to Consider

Every year, an average homeowner spends between 1% and 4% of their home’s value on repair work and maintenance. As the house begins to age, the amount they spend increases. In 2014, over half of the homeowners that Houzz surveyed had renovated their homes that year. Of the homeowners who did home renovations during that year, 80% upgraded their home’s main structure and 62% updated outdoor areas or structures. 

This trend is still going strong. Recently, 66% of the individuals surveyed said that they’re planning a home remodel. While you’re still in the planning stages, consider adding these three popular projects to your list. 

1. New Window Installation.

Replacement windows can be very energy- and cost-efficient since drafty windows can raise your energy bills as much as 10% to 25%.

When properly maintained, dual-paned windows of high quality can potentially last over 20 years, and they retain heat and air conditioning nearly twice as efficiently as 20-year old single-paned windows.

Ceccola Construction also mentions that new windows are also easier to clean and use. In addition, homeowners desiring a completely new window style or arrangement may have that done as well. 

2. Replacing Your Roof.

Conventional asphalt roofing lasts about 15 to 25 years. However, a well-maintained galvanized roof may last 30 to 50 years. With the exception of any severe damage caused by extreme weather, aluminum and stainless steel roofing have the capacity to last for 50 years. Shingle Master-Certified roofing contractors like Ceccola Construction can help you choose the product that is right for you.

3. Kitchen Renovation.

According to HGTV, a major kitchen remodeling project can result in a kitchen that is not only beautiful, but one that is more functional and also feels more spacious. If you’re planning to sell your home, an updated kitchen will increase its resale value. Another piece of advice for individuals that are selling is to choose a neutral color palette when remodeling.

Home remodeling is exciting, and considering popular projects such as window replacement, installing a new roof, and major kitchen updates will result in a home that’s lovelier, more functional, and more energy-efficient. Regardless of your reasons for wanting to improve your home, these projects are a great place for you to start.

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