Hire a Trusted Kitchen Remodeler Today to Increase Your Home’s Value

Your home is composed of several areas, from the front lawn, living room, bedrooms, to the backyard, which could eventually need a makeover. In fact, such remodeling and renovation projects can significantly increase your home’s value, especially if you’re looking to sell. One of the home improvement projects that can boost your home’s selling price is a kitchen remodel.

Hiring an experienced kitchen remodeler will allow you to plan and build a lovely and efficient cooking space—a kitchen that potential buyers will find attractive and valuable. Take note that among the top things that buyers and even real estate agents check in a home is how well-designed and maintained the kitchen is. If the kitchen has a functional layout, is equipped with first-rate appliances and fixtures, and composed of high-quality materials, the home’s overall selling price is increased by a considerable amount.

Don’t want to go all out on a kitchen remodel just yet? Then you ought to know that a simple repainting can do the trick. It may not boost the home’s value by several thousands, but a new paint job is sure to attract more bids and bring you closer to a good sale. Nonetheless, repainting your kitchen in colors that grace current gourmet or contemporary kitchens can have a positive impact on the ambiance.

Kitchen fixtures and appliances that greatly contribute to a home’s value include new hardwood cabinets, granite and quartz countertops, high-end cooking ranges, and high-tech appliances, such as smart ovens and energy-efficient refrigerators. Speaking of energy efficiency, installing eco-friendly and energy-saving gadgets in your kitchen can also provide you with significant savings in your energy bills, not to mention they can likewise reduce your carbon footprint. Want to attract eco-conscious buyers as well? Such appliances can be among the selling points you can focus on.


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About valleyhomeimprv

Steve Silverman is Cape Cod native with a BA in psychology from Bates College. He moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2004 and became a VP with VHI a year later, then bought the 20 employee company in 2013. He and his wife and two teenagers have a farm in Southampton where he spends time growing food and learning new ways to live in harmony with the land.

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