Time to Start Thinking About Increasing Home Investment
Thinking about increasing your home investment? Well, good—you, and everyone else! But don’t worry. We’re here to give you an edge with a few 3 Mountains Plumbing tips on the trade.
It is statistically proven that kitchen and bathroom home improvements typically increase home resale value, so it is a good idea that you’re considering investing further in your home. On the downside, the secret is out. Most homeowners know what works for resale, so you don’t want to do a haphazard job of restoration only to have to compete with homes of similar value that went all out.
Two Rules to Follow
The professionals at 3 Mountains Plumbing have been restoring the kitchen and bathroom plumbing fixtures and systems in Portland-area homes for over a decade.
Before embarking on a major restoration job, we recommend two rules for our customers to consider following:
- Invest in your home. Make the most of it while you’re there.
- Avoid basic, last-minute “tricks.”
Your Home, Your Comfort
We believe in making improvements to your home while you still live there and can enjoy them! At the end of the day, you want your home to be as comfortable and luxurious as possible. Of course, we understand that most Portland homeowners must work to improve their homes within a strict monetary budget, but it is important to remember that home improvements typically translate to money earned in the long run.
Avoid Last-Minute Updates
Remember this: there’s no such thing as a plumbing shortcut.
We repeatedly see homeowners trying to make the least number of improvements with the least amount of money and at the last minute before resale. In our experience, we know that this haphazard approach is problematic. First, you miss out on the opportunity to enjoy your home improvements. Second, and perhaps most importantly, rushed plumbing jobs are obvious—especially to home inspectors.
If you’re interested in making a quality investment in your home’s plumbing fixtures or systems, please contact 3 Mountains Plumbing.