Remodel the Kitchen
The kitchen is easily the most important room in the house and its condition can often be the make/break point of any home sale.
You don't have to go in for a major remodel to improve the appearance of an out-of-date kitchen.
Sometimes just replacing the appliances can make all the difference in the world.
And a fresh coat of paint will give any room that "new" look.
Your ROI (Return On Investment) for a kitchen remodel can be 60%-120%*. And who wouldn't want a "new" kitchen?!
Would you like to add value to your home and improve your family’s quality of life at the same time?
Here are some ways you can do that!
Add a Bathroom
A home with only one bathroom is much harder to sell than one with multiple baths.
You don't need to create an addition to your home to do this.
With the help of an interior designer or a contractor, you can find space in your existing home where a new bathroom can be created.
It just take some imagination and some design expertise from someone who can "see" the possibilities of your home.
The expected ROI on this project is about 80%-130%*. Well worth it!
Add Energy-Efficient Windows
Everyone is becoming more “green-minded” and is looking for ways to save money on their electric bills.
According to Energy Star, you can save up to $500 a year on heating and cooling costs by making your home more energy efficient.
In addition to the 60%-90%* ROI on installing energy-efficient windows, you can also receive a green energy tax credit of 10% if you install Energy-Star rated windows.
This one actually puts money in your pocket by reducing your energy bills!
Add a Deck
More people are staying at home these days instead of traveling when they take a vacation, and a deck is very desirable to those who want to turn their backyard into a summer-time retreat.
The ROI is 65%-90%* on this kind of addition.
And what a great way to spend time with the family!
Fire up the BBQ!
Give Rocha Construction a call if you want help with any of the above home improvements.
We have over 28 years experience doing projects like this in the South Bay!
Rocha Construction is a name you can trust!
*According to HGTV