Small Renovations that Add Value to Your Home

If you’re planning on moving within the next few years, it may seem strange to invest more money into your home. But did you know that renovations can add value to your home and make it more desirable to potential buyers? The key is to know which upgrades will pay off and which won’t.

Renovating Your Home

Start outside.

The very first thing potential buyers are going to see when they pull into your driveway is the outside of your home. Without the right curb appeal, some buyers may start off the tour already questioning whether they want to buy your house. Fortunately, fixing up the outside (front door, garage door, lawn, etc.) is one of the most cost-effective ways to add value to your home.

Upgrade certain appliances.

Refrigerators, built-in stoves, and washing machines are the three big-ticket appliances homeowners are looking for. If yours are outdated or not energy-efficient, it could lead to lower offers.

Finish your basement.

A finished basement is a major selling point for many people. A finished basement adds plenty of functionality to your home’s footprint, giving you extra space to play, work, and relax without the need for a costly addition.

Swap out small fixtures.

It’s hard to believe that something so small can make such a big impact, but fixtures do just that! And because you can often upgrade kitchen and bathroom fixtures for just a few dollars, it’s a low-risk upgrade that adds style and character.

Finish your garage.

Similar to your basement, a finished garage provides added storage and usable space to any home. And while this will likely be one of the larger projects on your list, it can also be a major selling point!

Go Mini's Franchising, LLC. is committed to minimizing your worries and maximizing your storage space. We can work with your needs and your schedule to ensure you have the best storage experience.

Give us a call at (866) 446-6187 to reserve your unit today, or get an instant quote online.