Every time you consider renovating a different area in your home, you have to count the costs. Will the time during a remodel when you can’t utilize your space be worth it in the long run?
Whether you’re considering a bathroom remodeling project to increase your home’s resale value or simply want to update the space for your own enjoyment, it’s important to understand how much value the project may add. Read on to learn more about what goes into determining the home value added by remodeling a bathroom.
While it may not be immediately apparent that a new bathroom remodel can make your home life more enjoyable, there are plenty of reasons to take on the project in addition to preparing your home for future sale. After all, heated floors and brand-new tiled shower walls can make bathing an infinitely more comfortable experience.
Whether you opt for luxury features such as heated towel racks or just a fresh coat of paint, you’re sure to feel the benefits of having a brand-new bathroom each day. Don’t let up-front investments stop you from improving your daily lifestyle – investing in a bathroom remodel pays off with improved comfort and convenience in the long run.
Choosing to Renovate for Resale
If you’re considering selling your home, renovations can be a smart investment. Both partial and upscale bathroom renovations can add a significant amount of value to your house, depending on the nature of the work done. If you are interested in selling soon, it is extra important to consider the current trends in upscale remodels. Double sinks, modern tile, granite countertops, low-flow toilets, high-end faucets, and a luxury walk-in shower have been known to make prospective homeowners swoon.
Whether you are simply replacing light fixtures and updating paint or tackling an extensive bathroom renovation project, be sure to choose quality materials for a lasting result that will provide value for years to come.
At Rupp Family Builders, we understand that investing in new renovations can seem overwhelming. After all, according to The New York Times, the national average bathroom remodel cost is approximately $26,574 depending on the size of the room and the extent of new renovations. If this number is a surprise, check out our latest blog on what goes into the costs of remodeling a bathroom in Portland.
That’s why we are committed to helping you get the best home investment possible while staying within a realistic budget. From new tile floor and plumbing fixtures to new paint, our team of experts will make sure your bathroom remodeling is as stress-free and cost-effective as possible without sacrificing comfort or quality.
Remodeling your home can be a daunting prospect, but investing in the right home improvement project is a worthwhile endeavor. Bathrooms are often one of the homebuyers’ top priorities and as such, investing in a bathroom renovation is an excellent way to increase its resale value.
In fact, House Method’s 2022 studies have shown that an Oregon midrange bathroom remodel has a 52% return on investment. This number can be even higher when a remodel includes classic choices that extend past trends and niche requirements such as making a bathroom wheelchair accessible.
This bump in home value makes it one of the most cost-effective home improvement projects you can undertake. Rupp Family Builders offers expert advice and exceptional service so you can rest easy knowing your home’s value will skyrocket with a well-designed and executed renovation or remodel.
Making the decision to remodel your bathroom can be daunting, but when you have the right team behind you, it can add to the joy of renovating your home.
At Rupp Family Builders, our experts will take the time to understand what your vision is for ceramic tile floors and a luxurious master bathroom – without breaking your budget.
With years of experience under our belts and a keen eye for detail, we will create something special just for you. Get in touch with RUPP today to receive a free consultation and start turning your house into the dream home you always wanted!
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