We’re always looking to help our clients stick to their budgets, but we also want to ensure they achieve their dreams for their homes. Even if your budget doesn’t allow for a large-scale project, there are plenty of smaller-scale options you can choose instead.
In this blog, check out three examples of value-based remodeling projects that allow you to achieve your goals but cost less than major overhauls!
Instead of a major kitchen remodel…go for a minor one with a big impact!
No worries if your budget doesn’t allow for a drastic kitchen upgrade. Rather than installing all new appliances, flooring, custom lighting, and countertops, opt for switching out cabinet fronts and hardware, adding a fresh coat of paint to the walls, and redoing the lighting. Adding a backsplash is another small-scale project that really changes the tone of the room!
By sticking to a minor kitchen remodeling project, you could recoup 83% of your investment later on.
Instead of a major bathroom remodel…stick to a few visible upgrades!
You don’t need a new sink, tub, toilet, and flooring to give your bathroom’s look a refresh.
Instead, homeowners on a limited budget can stick to smaller-scale projects, such as switching out showerheads and sink fixtures for new ones. You might also replace old caulk and grout, install a new light fixture, or put in a better ventilation fan. These are small ways to breathe new life into the room without spending more than you’re comfortable.
Instead of adding a room…find new ways to maximize the ones you have!
Needing more room is a common problem among homeowners, especially those with growing families! Thankfully, there are ways to create more space that are far more cost-effective than building a room addition.
A couple of examples include eliminating closets or knocking down walls, which can often create more usable space instantly. These remodeling options cost significantly less than adding a whole new room, but definitely add to functionality. The key is to partner with a professional who knows how best to put your existing architecture to work.