Whether you're in the market to sell your home or if it’s time to do some remodeling. You’re always looking for ways to save money and increase the value of your home! Often times, you may wonder what upgrades will provide you with the best return on investment. When it comes to the plumbing in your home, you can certainly make some upgrades (big and small) to get more bang for your buck.
Here are some quick tips to add value to your home:
1. Add a water filtration system
2. Small bathroom updates
You don’t need to totally remodel your bathroom in order to increase the value of your home. Making small upgrades to your fixtures can change the aesthetics of the room and make all the difference! Think about installing a new showerhead, faucet, sink or toilet to improve the overall look. And remember, by installing water-saving fixtures you can also save money on your water bill! For bathroom do’s and don’tshere?
3. Repair existing plumbing problems
There are some plumbing issues in your home that you may have been ignoring for quite some time—slow drain? Leaky faucet? Running toilet? Water spot on your ceiling? While you can live with these issues,can become costly—especially when it comes to your water bill. Have existing plumbing issues fixed before putting your home on the market.
4. Upgrade your kitchen
Kitchen remodels can be expensive, but certain things like changing out your sink, faucet, or even adding a garbage disposal can increase the value of your home.
5. Add some little luxuries
Did you know that adding little plumbing luxuries can make your life that much easier? Here are a few upgrades to consider:
Have extra room in your garage? Add a utility sink!
Do you love to garden, but don’t have a convenient outdoor faucet? Add a new hose bibb to give you better access to water outside.
Does your home have a gas supply line? Consider installing a line directly to your outdoor grill or fireplace.
Small upgrades to the plumbing in your home can increase value and provide you with ease and comfort! Redman's Drain Cleaning's Plumber is here to take care of any plumbing upgrade–big or small.