The sky’s the limit when planning a home addition. But with many kinds of home additions to consider, are you wondering which has the potential not only to increase square footage but also add the most value to your home? Today, we highlight some of the most popular ones to help you decide.
A kitchen remodel is a great way to increase your home’s return on investment (ROI). Don’t just settle on refurbishing the cabinets and replacing old appliances, however; you’ll need to overhaul everything if you want to attract more potential buyers. You’re only limited by how much you’re willing to spend, but if you want to maximize your investment, make sure to work with a trusted contractor like G.M. Roth Design Remodeling.
When it comes to house additions, an attic or basement conversion can easily provide a good ROI. If you currently have an empty attic or basement, you can consider remodeling to add usable living space to your home. For instance, you can turn an unused attic space into a full bedroom that can attract more potential homebuyers. It doesn’t have to be a bedroom, of course, since a finished attic can also be turned into a home office or even a recreational area. You can also redesign space in your basement to be a bedroom, family room or home office. You can even consider a workout area or in-law suite complete with a bathroom and bedroom!
An attic or basement conversion is a good way to increase your home’s value and get a good ROI when you sell it later on. On average, attic and basement remodels can return more than 76 percent of what you spent on the project. While remodeling a basement is typically an expensive project, it pays off when the area can feature a family room, workout area or bedroom with an additional bath.
Whether you’re planning a home addition or bathroom remodeling, G.M. Roth Design Remodeling always gets the job done professionally. Call us today at (603) 880-3761 so we can learn more about your plans for your home! You may also fill out our convenient online contact form. We serve North Andover, Tewksbury and North Reading, MA.