Remodeling

Whether your home needs just a fresh coat of paint or an entire new kitchen , you can trust the professionals at Texas HomePro to make your home gorgeous!

Remodeling services offered

Bathroom Remodeling
Kitchen Remodeling
Whole Home Remodeling
Custom Tile Showers
Countertops
Flooring
Interior Painting
Exterior Painting
Custom Cabinetry
Bath Tub Replacement
Light Fixture Replacement
Drywall Repairs
Siding
AND MUCH MORE !

Using industry leading installation techniques and only the absolute highest quality materials, Texas HomePro can handle any project you have in mind. We specialize in large whole home remodels that are extremely complex and multifaceted . That being said, we love to do smaller projects as well such as painting the interior of your home or some new tile flooring in the kitchen, BIG or small we can handle any project.

FINANCING AVAILABLE AS LOW AS 0% WAC & LONG TERM LENDING UP TO 25 YEARS ! NO PRE PAYMENT PENALTIES!

Bathroom and Kitchen Remodels add resale value

Many new home upgrades add value at resale for home listings, but these are some of the top choices to consider. Plans to invest in new flooring, replace your garage door and even renovate your bathroom will impress potential buyers and help you make a more significant profit off of your investment.

Add a Functional Kitchen Renovation

Kitchens are the heart of every home, but not if their design disrupts the room’s functionality. A 2018 study found that 58% of buyers thought that the kitchen played the most significant role in their decision to purchase one house over another. They’ll look for spacious countertops, numerous cabinets and updated appliances. Investing in these will make your kitchen more appealing to future buyers and help you sell faster.

Kitchens and Baths

In the hottest housing markets, springing for a kitchen or bath remodel is a sure-fire investment, often returning more than 100 percent of the cost. In Baltimore, for instance, a $9,400 bathroom remodel recouped 182 percent of its cost at resale, according to Remodeling’s 2004 study. The markets in Washington, D.C., Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco and San Diego also offered triple-digit returns on a bathroom remodel. Minor kitchen remodels (average cost: $15,273) also provided returns of more than 100 percent in cities including Providence, R.I., Miami, New Orleans and, of course, San Diego, where a $17,928 investment netted $27,000 on resale.

Kitchens and baths are the areas in a home “where you can tell if money has been well spent or not,” says architect Steve Straughan, a partner in Los Angeles-based KAA Design Group. “They’re the most expensive areas of the home in terms of construction. And they’re where people spend time in their homes.” So exactly what should you improve when you redo your kitchen or bathroom? Think traditional: all-wood cabinets, commercial-look appliances, natural wood or stone floors and stone countertops. Walk-in showers have replaced whirlpool tubs as the must-have cleaning machine in bathrooms, Straughan says. His clients will “forgo the tub to have a big walk-in shower” if they don’t have room for both. “Most people don’t have time to take a bath,” Straughan points out. “So a lot of time you’re giving away all that square footage for a tub that rarely gets used.” Floor-to-ceiling steam showers are also hot (so to speak).Two key points to consider, however: First, don’t spend money remodeling the bathroom if it’s the only one you’ve got. Your money is better spent adding a second bath. Many people love “the charm of older homes,” says Long Beach, Calif., based realtor Dick Gaylord. “But a number of older homes lack a sufficient number of bathrooms. So if you’ve got a four-bedroom, one-bath home, it’s certainly going to pay to add a second bathroom.” A National Association of Realtors study by Florida State University professors G. Stacy Sirmans and David Macpherson found that adding a bathroom increased the sale price of a home by 8.7 percent, more than twice the rate for adding a bedroom.

Credit: https://www.hgtv.com/lifestyle/clean-and-organize/which-home-improvements-pay-off

 

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