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When thinking about maximizing the value of your home, you should think about the renovation. And before you start renovating your home, understand which projects will maximise the worth of your home and which one can harm it. If you are planning to increase the value of your home, you may have to ask yourself if the renovation worth it. Not all renovations will help maximise the value of your home but only the renovations of most important parts of your home count. Below are some of the renovations that will maximise the value of your home:

Upgrade Your Kitchen – Kitchen is the heart of a home because it is where families spend most of their time (in the morning, afternoon, and night). The renovation of your kitchen should be on top of the renovation list. But where to start? You can start by mounting countertops made from granite or engineered stone and upgrading to the use of stainless steel appliances. These little easy changes will boost the visual appeal of the space. You can also make a difference by adding details like changing your sink to a sparkling new faucet and putting polished knobs on cabinets.

Invest in a Sprinkler System – If you will like to maximise the value of your home, you should try to maintain a stunning, landscaped garden. Most homeowners do this by planting tons of flowers, trees, or bushes but this is not going to elevate the value of your home. One thing you can invest in is green grass and this can be maintained well by installing an automatic sprinkler system that turns on and off when it’s needed.

Revamp Your Bathroom – The value of a home will decrease when it has a bathroom that looks old, dirty or cracked or does not even flush well. This should be an eye-catching and practical part of the home. To save space, install a vanity that goes into the wall. You can also boost its worth with proper lighting like adding a new window that will allow natural light to illuminate the space. Lastly, you can re-glaze your tub rather than buying a new one; this will save you money and improve the look of your bathroom.

Install Built-In Speakers – For your home to stand out and impress buyers, you need to make it a high-tech home. The best way to do this is by installing a centrally wired sound system and putting a speaker in each room. this will make it easy to control music in the house with a single remote. You can also install surround sound in the living room or in the den (or where you watch TV); this will make watching sporting events or movies more exciting.

All those will help maximise the value of your home. However, some renovations that will reduce or add nothing to the value of your home and therefore be avoided include putting in a pool, converting a bedroom, laying down carpet, redoing your garage and installing ornate lighting.

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