If you are considering renovations to your home, the two most common rooms to redo are the kitchen and the bathrooms.
There are two reasons for this. First, these are the rooms everybody in the family uses practically every day. So it makes sense to update the most-used areas of your home.
Second, most realtors will tell you that the kitchen and the bath are the “value rooms” of homes that are on the market. Buyers often make their decision whether to buy or not buy a home based on the way these two rooms look.
Florida Kitchen and Bath — Maximizing Value
Many homeowners considering improvements will look first to one of these two rooms. After all, you can get the most “bang for your buck” by renovating the bathroom or the kitchen.
Not only will your entire family get the most use out of these improvements — as compared to other rooms — but these upgrades usually will pay big dividends when it’s time to sell your home.
So why not consider renovating both the kitchen and the bath at the same time? There are a number of benefits to doing so.
Florida Kitchen and Bath — Minimizing Inconvenience
Any time you make major upgrades to your home, it’s inevitably going to cause inconveniences. Your family is going to be displaced from certain areas of your home.
When you redo both the kitchen and the bathroom at the same time, however, it minimizes the amount of time your family is inconvenienced. Rather than doing one room first and the other at a later date, do them both at the same time.
Many homeowners will also apply for a home improvement loan to fund major upgrades such as a kitchen or bathroom remodeling. But when you do both at the same time, you only have to go to the bank and ask for a loan once, rather than repeating the process all over again.
If you are thinking about remodeling your bathroom or kitchen, consider saving time and money and minimizing inconvenience to your family by doing them both at the same time.