Are you preparing your Indianapolis home to sell? Maybe you’re wondering which home improvements will help the house sell faster in a competitive market? If so, allow Hearn Construction, Inc. to share a few residential home improvements that might make a difference when selling your home.
1. Bathroom Remodeling
If your existing bathroom looks worn or horribly outdated, a few changes can make a big difference to potential homebuyers. Don’t go overboard on the bathroom remodel (no need to install a clawfoot tub), but do make a few key changes that will make the bathroom look clean, fresh, and modern.
Proper lighting can turn a home from dark and dreary to fresh and inviting. Do a thorough walk-through of your home, and consider whether new lighting would benefit the space. These home improvements can range from a new fixture to a new skylight.
3. Neutral Paint Colors
Do you have a bedroom or living space that’s painted an electric yellow or barn red? You may want to tone it down with a more neutral paint color.
Are your current floors dull, stained, scratched, or permanently damaged? Bad flooring can really hurt a home sale, so consider whether you need to replace the existing flooring. A general contractor may be able to repair or replace small, damaged areas (depending on the type of flooring and level of damage) or help you develop a plan for completely replacing the flooring.
5. Finished Basement
For years you’ve considered finishing the basement. Now might be a good time! A finished basement is a great way to increase your home’s value and add to the square footage. A finished basement is definitely a home improvement worth considering if you have the money and time to invest.
For all your residential home improvement needs, contact Hearn Construction, Inc. at (765) 452-2669. Our general contractors can accomplish almost any home improvement—from kitchen remodeling to updated lighting—with superior quality and craftsmanship. We serve the Indiana residents of Kokomo, Lafayette, Rochester, Indianapolis, Muncie, South Bend, and Noblesville.