Spring is finally here, and there has never been a better time to start a home improvement project. With the red-hot seller’s market, making minor improvements to the home will increase your property value. The return on investment for home projects is through the roof, so you should not delay contacting the House Doctors. The House Doctors are a licensed, bonded, and insured professional repair service.
No homeowner wants to do displaced for a day or weeks at a time, especially with kids. Rather than jumping into a large project, start with one of these smaller projects instead. These 5 projects instantly raise property values while causing a minimal headache.
An updated deck instantly updates the front or back yard. Rather than completely replacing an older deck, give it a little bit of TLC to make it look good as new. Applying a coat of sealant and a fresh cost of stain makes a big difference to an old deck.
Similarly, broken railings or shutters make a house appear broken or grimy. A home may have a problem passing an inspection with broken railings.
Light fixtures from the ’70s and ’80s are still functional, but they are no longer fashionable. Quickly modernize your home by replacing the light fixtures.
Updating kitchen appliances and cabinets or installing new countertops is an easy way to raise your home’s value. The kitchen is the heart of the home, so an updated kitchen is a big selling point.
Instantly brighten the interior of your home with a fresh coat of paint. New paint covers dirty or beat-up walls making your home appear cleaner.
Every homeowner goes through a phase where they want to jump gung-ho into a DIY project. However, save yourself time and stress by hiring a reliable and vetted professional. Our licensed and insured contractors will finish the job quickly with minimal disruptions to your busy schedule. We will work around your schedule to accommodate what works best for you. Call the House Doctors at 866-226-1853 to schedule your free estimate. We offer competitive prices on our services and never charge more than our upfront price estimate.