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Remodeling Projects – Do they really add value to your home?

Choosing which area to remodel in your home can seem overwhelming.  From the Kitchen to the Master Bathroom, finishing the Attic or Basement, adding a Sun-Room Addition to your home just to name a few.  Homeowner’s are investing in their home for numerous reasons. Maybe you want to update a 1970’s style Kitchen for function and storage, remove an over-sized and dusty garden tub to enjoy a custom tiled walk-in shower or add a sun-room to enjoy your morning cup of coffee.  Those motivators are just a few reasons our team of professionals are called out to look at a remodeling project. If you have thought about remodeling your home but are unsure what space to start with, check out the facts below.

Based from www.remodeling.hw.net they studied the National Averages for East North Central of the United States in 2014 for each remodeling category. This will show you what investment will gain you the best ‘Bang for your Buck’!

Percentage of Average Project Costs Recouped:

76% – Minor Kitchen Remodeling

67% – Major Kitchen Remodeling

64% – Basement Remodeling

61% – Bathroom Remodeling

81% – Attic Bedroom Remodeling

51% – Sun-Room Addition

(Information and Credits Given to: The figures above are based off studies from 2014 Cost vs Value Report from www.remodeling.hw.net)

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