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3 Value-Adding Home Renovation Projects

Everyone wants their home to be more valuable – that’s no secret. The renovation projects that add to that value are no secret, either. When you keep your home up-to-date through thoughtful remodels, reselling can be both easier and much more lucrative. But which home projects are the best for adding value to your home?

Three renovation projects to consider, whether or not you are putting your home on the market soon, include:

Upgrade Your Deck
Your home’s deck is one of its biggest features, so make sure it is one of its best as well. Consider replacing your dated structure with Yellawood® treated lumber, or even upgrading to composite decking by Deckorators®. When you renovate your deck, not only do you add substantial value, but you also add priceless safety and style.

Swap Your Siding
Your home’s siding is the first thing people notice about your property. Make it a good impression by replacing your siding as your next renovation project. James Hardie® has incredible options for Kansas City siding remodeling when it comes to primed and Color Plus® pre-finished varieties. By installing the right siding now, you will add beauty and resale value that is unmatched.

Install New Entry Doors
Make a statement about the value of your home by choosing to install a fiberglass entry door by Masonite®. Available in a wide range of sizes, colors, and styles perfect for any home, these doors add immense value. Plus, this renovation project is simple to complete, and lasts a lifetime.

Whether you are in a starter home or are hoping to keep your address for decades to come, adding value to your home through renovation can have many benefits. Not only do you gain obvious financial perks when you do decide to sell, but until then, you get to enjoy living in an updated, beautiful space. Choose from simple projects like swapping out your front door to more complex remodels like upgrading your deck. No matter the project you select, your Kansas City home will be better because of it.

To learn more or to get started planning value-adding projects for your home, visit McCray Lumber and Millwork today.