When selling your home, you want to ensure you gain as much profit as possible once the deal is done.
One of the best ways to guarantee to add value to your home before a sale is through home renovations.
1. Paint Your Walls in a Neutral Color
One of the best ways to prepare your home for sale is to give it a fresh coat of paint. In fact, painting your interior can give you 107 percent ROI on your home’s sale.
But with so many color choices available, it can be hard to know which one to choose. When in doubt, go with a neutral hue. White, cream and other light colors will help make your home feel more spacious and airy.
Darker shades can make rooms feel small and cramped. Plus, neutral colors are more likely to appeal to a wider range of buyers, making your home more attractive as it sits on the market. So whether you’re looking to make a quick sale or just want to create a warm and inviting space, asking a home renovation team to paint your walls in a neutral color is always a good idea.
2. Repair Any Cracks or Holes in the Walls
If your home is in good condition overall, but you have some cracks or holes in the walls, it’s important to repair them before putting your home on the market.
Not only will this make your home look nicer, but it will also help protect it from potential damage. So take some time to patch up any cracks or holes in the walls before selling your home. It’ll be worth it in the end.
3. Replace Old or Damaged Flooring
If your flooring is in bad shape, it’s a good idea to replace it before putting your home on the market.
Great floors can reel in a potential buyer. So, if your carpet is irreparably stained or your natural wood floors are warped, ask a Dallas contractor to work their magic and erase the damage in your home’s flooring.
At Shepherd Roofing & Renovations, we can help you repair or replace your home’s flooring with wood, carpet, vinyl tile, and linoleum options.
4. Make Sure All Light Fixtures Work Properly
No one wants to move into a new home that requires several fixes and replacements; this includes a home’s lighting fixtures.
Take a walk through your home and check the light fixtures and switches. If any of them are broken or not working properly, replace them or have them repaired before putting your home on the market. Notice any issues? A contractor that specializes in electrical repairs can help you get the lights back on in your home.
Even if your fixtures do work properly but have a dated look, it could be beneficial to work with your contractor to replace old fixtures with sleek, modern updates.
5. Don’t Forget to Spruce Up the Exterior
The exterior of your home is also a massive selling point for most buyers. One of the latest landscaping trends is having a lounging space outdoors where families can relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
If your home’s exterior needs a fresh coat of paint, a new deck, or is ready to welcome that pergola you’ve been dreaming about for years, a Dallas contractor can help you make the exterior renovations that give your home a leg up on the local market.
6. If Necessary, Schedule a Roof Replacement
One of the most important things to do when preparing your home for sale is to make sure the roof is in good condition. If it’s not, or you know it’s over 30 years old, you may want to consider a roof replacement before putting your home on the market. A new roof can add value to your home and make it more appealing to potential buyers.
Ready to Spruce Up Your Home’s Look? Shepherd Roofing & Renovations can Help!
Whether your home requires a new roof or you just need a touch of paint on the interior walls, Shepherd Roofing & Renovations is here to help your home look its best. Our team of dedicated, experienced Dallas contractors will give your home the renovations you’ve always dreamt would add value to your property.
Contact us today to learn more about our services or to start planning out your next project with our team.