Replacing your front door is a great way to improve your curb appeal, add security and energy efficiency.
Homeowners who add a wood deck to their home were able to recoup 77% of the cost.
Homeowners who replacement the garage doors saw an average of 75.7% return on investment.
Upgrading the kitchen is always a popular choice in home remodeling. Minor upgrades such as replace countertops to appliances can increase the homes value. Average recoup: 75.4%
Replacing your windows can dramatically reduce your energy bills as well as improve curb appeal. You can expect to recoup an average of 73% of the cost.
Adding additional square footage can be a plus to any homes value. Average recoup: 73%
Replacing vinyl siding is a great way to help with energy efficiency as well as being a low maintenance product. Average recouped: 72%
A finished basement is a great addition to any house. Average recoup: 70%
The average cost of a major kitchen renovation in 2013 is $53,000.
Create a spa like feel in your bathroom and get the most bang for your buck. Average recoup: 65%
© 2012 Hanley Wood, LLC. Complete data from the Remodeling 2012–13 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.
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