Are you looking to increase your property value? The easiest way to get started is with a residential dumpster rental in Buford, Georgia.
If you’re intimidated by the idea of DIY projects, you’re not alone. Looking down the looming aisles at Home Depot is enough to make the most gung ho homeowner pale in the face.
Do they really expect you to build something with those 2x4s? But increasing your property value doesn’t have to involve heavy construction or demolition.
But is it really possible to increase home resale value with DIY home renovations? It can be if you choose projects that give you the most bang for your buck.
These 3 renovations will make you do a double-take when you see your home afterward.
You’ll be so amazed at the potential your home had all along, you may not even want to sell.
No need to take out your checkbook and spend hundreds or thousands on contractors alone.
Yes, you’re still hesitant about the idea of renovating your home and erasing years of memories.
That’s why we’re here to walk you through everything. Just like we do when you rent a dumpster from us.
We’re not just talking about one or two rooms. If you’re really looking to increase your property value your home is going to need a fresh coat both inside and out.
Go with neutral colors that won’t offend potential buyers. It may be tempting to go with a bright color for one room or even the exterior trimming. But to boost curb appeal we don’t want to scare anyone off.
Even if buyers don’t love the bland eggshell walls in the bedroom, it’s easier to picture your own color if the fire engine red isn’t screaming in their faces.
Cabinets are expensive. Instead of spending a pretty penny on a whole new set of cabinets you’re just going to pass on to the next owners, consider refinishing.
The first step is to figure out the current finish on your cabinets. You can do this by testing solvents on a small swatch of your cabinets.
Wax finishes, for example, take turpentine to remove. If turpentine doesn’t have an effect on the finish you’ll need to test a few other chemicals.
New hardware for the handles of your cabinets are cheap and can give your old cabinets a refreshed look.
But if they’re antique or you just like the old hardware, remove them and let them soak. It’s a lot easier than trying to clean around them plus you can get any dirt and grime that have gotten under them.
Instead of spending thousands buying all-new matching furniture, you can reupholster your existing set to match the neutral colors.
Again, we’re going for neutral colors that even the most discerning color palette won’t mind.
If you’re not a whiz with the sewing machine try slipcovers. You can even get mismatched dining set from the local thrift store and tie the look together with some of these.
It’ll take that worn-out dining set from shabby chic to modern and sleek. Staples are also the amateur upholsterer’s best friend.
No need to spend hundreds on a top of the line sewing machine. Just get a good staple gun and some fabric staples.
How can a residential dumpster rental increase your property value? After all these DIY projects you’re bound to be left with more waste than you can fit into your normal garbage bins.
And there’s nothing more DIY than cleaning up after your home projects. Before you start Googling what kind of truck you’ll need to rent to move a dumpster around town check out Bin There Dump That.
Our drivers don’t just take care of all your dumpster’s transportation needs, they sweep around the area before leaving.
Nothing brings down the elation of increasing your property value like a rusty nail slicing through the sole of your shoe like a salmon filet.
We know your home renovations aren’t the only item on your to-do list. That’s why we give you a whole week with your dumpster.
No rushing. No throwing your back out trying to finish everything in one day. And you can have your quote in less than 5 minutes.
So what are you waiting for? You have nothing to lose and a beautiful, clean home to gain. Call now and don’t lift another finger until your dumpster arrives!