If you’re looking to boost the value of your home before you put it on the market, as an investment, or simply to enjoy a better home, there are numerous options. But, some options are better than others. We’re here today to talk about the most economical home improvements you can opt to do or have done to quickly improve your home’s value!

Change Out or Improve Your Entryway Door

The entryway door is literally the gate to your home, and it’s likely the first thing guests and potential buyers will see. If you’re door is outdated and worn, you’ll want to pull it off, sand it, and refinish it. If you’re using paint instead of finish, feel free to change up the color. Bold colors are the rage right now, but make sure that the color you choose fits with your home.

Build a Deck or Expand Your Deck

Do you have a deck on the back of your home? A deck is a huge plus for a house. Hiring a general contractor to add a deck to your Whittier home will give you the space to have family and friends over to hang out and have barbeques. Consider space for a hot tub, seating, a table, or any other features you’d like.

Finish Unfinished Spaces

Does your home have an unfinished basement or attic? Consider finishing those spaces to complete your home. Finished attics (if there is enough space) make an excellent kid’s room, and finished basements are ideal for other guests or expanding families.

Fix the Garage Door

A dilapidated garage door is an eyesore, and an inoperable garage door completely defeats the purpose of a garage. You’ll have to shell out a bit of dough to get a repair, but a functioning garage is integral to a beautiful home.

Give Your Kitchen That Overdue Remodel

Are your appliances old? Is your cabinetry from the ‘70s? Are your countertops made from some sort of laminate that’s peeling up in the corners? Opt to remodel that kitchen. Granite is a premium countertop material, and there are solid man-made composite materials that serve as excellent countertop options. If your appliances are too small, old, noisy, or inoperable, now’s the time to replace them. Stainless steel appliances are in, and they’re timeless. Outdated cabinets? Let your general contractor here in Whittier pull them down and put up a new set that are from this millennium.