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Let Your Customers Know How They Can Increase Their Home's Value: Part 2

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You've already learned about the importance of letting your customers know about architectural wall panels, kitchen remodeling jobs, and upgrading the quality of their windows and doors, but there are still so many more ideas that your clients can implement to increase their home's value.

In addition to the various styles of panels that can help a home look better, here are a few addition things you should let your customers know about that will lead to an increased property value.

Bathroom remodeling projects

Like kitchen remodeling projects, bathroom jobs are extremely popular because of the practical and aesthetic improvements homeowners enjoy, but also because of the return on investments (ROI) they provide. According to a National Association of Home Builders survey, bathroom remodeling projects are the number one most requested home improvement job in the U.S., accounting for roughly 78% of all renovations. Make sure your clients are aware of the benefits of improving both standard bathrooms inside their homes and their master bathrooms.

Tongue and groove ceiling installments

When the majority of homeowners plan to improve their properties, for some reason, they rarely think of their ceilings. Ceilings could use plenty of improvements, however, especially if they have been ignored for many years. Ceiling projects can greatly improve your clients' homes and will yield a much higher resale value when the time comes.

Having custom drawers and cabinets built

Custom cabinets and drawers are great additions to anyone's home. Your clients might have strange storage needs, and customized drawers and cabinets can accommodate for virtually any kind of storage request. Typically, standard base cabinets are 24 inches deep and 36 inches tall, which is usually enough space, but can be adjusted if necessary. The depth can be increased up to 27 inches on some semi-custom and custom applications. And to improve ease of use, the base cabinetry can rest atop a four-inch recessed riser called a toe kick.

Make sure that your customers know there are so many ways to improve their homes. From wall panels and ceiling improvements to custom drawers and full bathroom remodeling jobs, these projects can improve the look, feel, and value of their property.



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