Home Renovations Projects Worth the InvestmentSep 12, 2018
Looking to make upgrades on your home? The list of possibilities is endless. It is important to pay attention to your budget and determine which projects will offer you the highest return on investment (ROI). We’ve narrowed it down to a few of the most profitable options.
Upgrades to the exterior of your home improve the curb appeal of your home. New shutters and updated trim all increase the value of your home. Consider hiring a landscaper to improve the curb appeal of your yard and add decorative details like a fence. Clean up flower beds and add mulch or crushed stone to keep the weeds at bay. Some of these you can do yourself, saving money on the budget while still making a big difference in the exterior of your home.
New windows can save money on your energy bill and give a clean fresh look to your home. They are on the expensive side as far as renovations go but can bring a large ROI. Windows must happen all together, meaning once the project starts, it needs to continue to the end. Keeping the windows the same material will keep a consistent look for your home. A patched-together house will not have a high resale value. With a variety of colors and styles on the market today, create something special for your home.
New Roofing System
A new roof offers one of the biggest ROIs you can make for your home. An upgrade to a metal roof will save money on your energy bill, is eco-friendly, and will last 50 years or more. While the cost may be more up front, a metal roof will last a lot longer than a traditional shingle roof. It also requires a lot less maintenance, saving you money over time. If you are looking to improve your home, a new roof is a great investment, and you might as well get the most value for your money.
Let Erie Metal Roofs help you with your investment. We offer the best warranty around and guarantee our roofs for 50 years. Turn that investment into something you can be proud of for the future of your home. Contact us today to get started.