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Spring is here, and that means it’s time to spruce up your home. If you’ve been putting off that remodeling project for longer than you care to remember, now is the perfect time to get it done to get ready for the fun months ahead.
Here are five top home improvement projects to get done during the spring.
The first impression is everything, and often, siding is the first thing people notice about your house. It is also an important insulation element of your home, and having updated siding can make a significant impact in lowering your energy bill. When picking new siding, keep in mind there are many different options such as vinyl, aluminum, wood and cement fiber.
A kitchen remodel can return as much as 120% on your investment, according to experts. Not only is it a smart investment for resale value, but it is also a smart social investment because of the amount of time families spend in the kitchen together. The kitchen is considered a great selling point for prospective buyers.
Nothing says relaxation like a beautiful deck. It’s great for lying out and taking in some rays or for entertaining friends with a cookout. According to home improvement experts, a deck addition or remodel can deliver as much as a 90% return on investment.
New Exterior Paint
Want to give your home a completely new look but in a cost effective manner? Give it an exterior paint makeover. Choosing the right color will go a long way toward making your home the talk of the block. And in addition to choosing the right color, you also should think about choosing an eco-friendly paint to avoid any dangerous chemicals.
The summer months will be here before you know it, which means you’ll need to beat the heat. But how do you beat the heat without breaking the bank? Look no further than energy-efficient windows. Think about updating your windows with the double-pane variety. You could save up to $500 per year in heating and cooling costs with the right window selection.
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