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Watson Home Improvements Discloses the Secret to Adding Value to Ones Home

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Homeowners often think of big projects to add value to a property, yet smaller ones will be effective also reports Watson Home Improvements.

Grimesland, NC, United States of America – June 10, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

When one thinks of home improvements which add value to the home, bathroom and kitchen remodeling projects tend to come to mind. Experts agree one should turn to a kitchen or Bathroom Remodeling Company Greenville NC for projects such as this as they do significantly boost the value, yet care must be taken. Often homeowners sit down with a bathroom or Kitchen Remodeling Company Greenville NC with grand ideas, yet small changes make a difference along with big ones.

“According to the National Association of Home Builders, adding another bathroom to the home, even a half bath, significantly adds value, up to 10.5 percent of the total value of the home. A full bath adds approximately 20 percent. This varies based on other features of the home, yet one should look to a Bathroom Remodeler Greenville NC when considering this option,” Dillon Watson, spokesperson for Watson Home Improvements, declares.

When money is tight, DIY Network recommends focusing on smaller aspects of the bathroom, ones which help to provide an added boost to the room. Consider adding crown molding to the half bath, inserting a little texture, and focusing on decorative items such as light and sink fixtures. Doing so ensures a basic room in the home, such as a new half bath, really stands out in the mind of potential home buyers, yet won’t break the bank.

In addition, one needs to consider remodeling the kitchen. Although many experts suggest one look to ceramic tile, stone countertops and other fancy features, Watson Home Improvements reminds clients the key to a successful kitchen lies in the workflow. Make sure the space is laid out in such a way that everyday tasks become easier. Most refer to this as a triangle and it remains of great importance when one is looking to buy a new home.

“Don’t focus on the extras until the basic work flow has been fixed. Once this has been accomplished, move on to the extras in the room. Although stainless steel appliances may seem like a great idea, they won’t even be noticed if the space doesn’t flow. Many homeowners fail to recognize this basic fact and it hurts them in the long run,” Watson explains.

Other remodeling projects to consider include converting an attic or basement into a bedroom or office, adding a whole new addition to the home, or finding a way to increase storage space, such as by adding a linen or coat closet. “With many home remodeling projects to choose from, homeowners may feel overwhelmed. Look around the home and determine what currently doesn’t work and why. This is often the place to start as potential home buyers will likely see the same issues. This simple step provides a start to the process. Once it has been determined where changes need to be made, Watson Home Improvements is ready to help,” Watson proclaims.

About Watson Home Improvements:
Watson Home Improvements, a full service home renovation and contractor business based in Greenville, North Carolina, proudly serves the Greenville area, having done so for more than 30 years. Consumers interested in renovations, additions, or projects designed to improve the appearance or function of the home find Watson Home Improvements to be of great assistance. The company happily sits down with clients to discuss services provided and to work with clients to find ways to save money while having the desired work done.

For more information about us, please visit http://watsonhomeimprovements.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dillon Watson
Email: dillion@watsonhomeimprovements.com
Phone: (252) 207-0607
Organization: Watson Home Improvements

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