Ways to boost your home value

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Spending a bit (or quite a bit) of money on home upgrades now, can completely boost the overall value long-term. Here are a few upgrades that you can do varying in price range from small to large.

Attic Insulation

Insulating your attic can shave from 10-50% off your heating bill, and keep your home cooler in the summer, too!

New Entry Door, or Garage Door Replacement

Entry doors and garage doors should look nice, but also be secure and insulated. Especially if you are in an older home, this may be a worthwhile investment.

Window Replacement

Just like insulating your attic, replacing your windows can save energy in the long run, too. Reducing heating and cooling costs once there is better insulation.

Roof Replacement

Waiting to replace your roof can only get more expensive down the road. Regardless of your home's age, be sure to keep your roof up to date.

Deck Addition

A deck can be a great place for relaxing and entertaining. Consider getting a 'weather-proof' deck to avoid less maintenance over the years, too.

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