Is Kitchen Renovation Worth it?

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renovation kitchen with modern design and worth it when you sale your home

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where your family comes together after a busy day to share a beautifully prepared meal. Your family connects and discusses the details of their day. So, you want to have a delightful and convenient kitchen for your family. Kitchen renovations are a great way to add value to your home if you are thinking of selling or an amazing way to enhance your family’s enjoyment of the space. No matter the reason for the renovations, it’s going to cost you a pretty penny to fix up. For that reason people find themselves wondering if renovations are truly worth it. We are here to help you answer that question.

 

If you are wanting to put your home on the market, you want renovations that sell. The best approach would be to focus on getting back the maximum return on your investment. You should start by having your home be inspected for any possible issues to repair, before starting any major renovation projects. When potential buyers are walking through a home they have high expectations for the kitchen. People want a kitchen that they can have family time in and where they can host guests in. If your kitchen is small and outdated, it may be smart to update the space. Kitchen cabinets and faucets are the first to be outdated. With new cabinets come new countertops, which are the second most popular kitchen remodel. By upgrading the cabinets, countertops, appliances and painting can significantly add value to your home, which in turn becomes an investment.

 

No matter how big or small the job may seem, it will still cost a decent chunk of change. If you are wanting to only update the countertops and a few other outdated pieces but keep the pre-existing footprint of the kitchen, you’re looking to spend around $35,000 to $55,000. If you are wanting to completely renovate the kitchen and gut the entire space to create a “ready to move in” kitchen, you’re going to spend anywhere between $80,000 to &120,000. The beneficial part of spending money to sell is that you are going to get about 60 to 80 percent of the remodelling money back.

 

After you have remodelled your kitchen either with professionals or if it was a DIY project, you may be persuaded to stay put. 90 percent of homeowners stated that they wanted to be in their homes more after a complete kitchen renovation. If you’re seriously considering remodelling any part of your home, it’s important that you design the home to fulfil your happiness as resale is not guaranteed. You may end up loving the end results so much that you decide you don’t want to move after all.

 

People find it hard to know where to start, or what they should renovate on a low budget.

The 3 Finest Kitchen Remodelling Projects With The Best ROI

 

1. Changing the Hardware

This is by far the easiest and cheapest trick when updating your kitchen. Getting new cabinet hardware will automatically make the kitchen feel more modern.

 

2. Updating the Lighting

By changing the lighting in a kitchen can make a huge difference. You can choose new light fixtures to bring a new element into space while providing bright light that will open up the kitchen. Check out kitchen lighting on Pinterest.

 

3. Painting the Cabinets

You shouldn’t be afraid to paint the kitchen cabinets, in fact, it is a great way to change up space without spending an arm and a leg. So long as the cabinets are in good condition with no leaks under the sink, get a paintbrush and get started. It’s important to remove the cabinet doors and hardware before you begin painting. Clean the cabinets very well to get the best results.

 

Whether you feel your home needs to be renovated or not, there will always be benefits to sprucing up the place. To make the renovations cost-friendly, make it a DIY project by saving what is not broken and giving it a fresh coat of paint. If you chose to completely renovate your kitchen it will increase the value of your home tremendously. No matter the decision made it is the people that make the house a home.