Are you looking to take on a project to improve your home? Are you unsure which improvements will give you the most benefits? We have put together this infographic to show you which home improvement projects will give you the highest return on investment.
The calculations below are based on the return on investment when you sell your house – so find out just how much value you could add to your property! Infographic by Abbey
Heat pump installation is on the rise due to the money and energy savings a heat pump provides. A heat pump is nearly four times more efficient than an oil furnace and can save a household anywhere from 20% – 70% in monthly utility costs. Possibly the best part of installing a heat pump is having an all-in-one heating and cooling system. In the winter, the heat pumps pushes warm air into the home while pulling it out in the summer. Portlanders are particularly good candidates for heat pump ownership, as the temperate climate and low variance in average temperature allow for maximum energy and cost savings. Here at AAA Heating & Cooling we believe that heat pumps are the right choice for Portland homeowners. Call us for details about installing a heat pump in your home. Infographic provided by http://www.aaaheatingandcoolinginc.com/
Colour has a huge impact on our mood. It can give us energy, make us feel more creative and help us to chill out.
When it comes to decorating our homes, we can use colour to make the most of different rooms. So if your kitchen is a place where all your family like to hang out, keep it feeling cheerful by incorporating yellow into the colour scheme. When it comes to the bedroom, you’ll want to promote rest and relaxation; that’s why greens, pale pinks and blues are perfect for this space.
Only the very brave would incorporate a floor-to-ceiling colour scheme! For the rest of us, try using accent colours paired with neutrals. Take a look at our infographic to find out more…
Infographic provided by FADS.
If you’ve done it before, bleeding a radiator can be a daunting task. Luckily, we’re here to help! Just read our simple step-by-step guide for easy instructions on how to bleed your radiators safely. Check out this infographic for the quick and dirty on this DIY fix. Infographic provided by BoilerJuice
Use home equity loans & lines of credit to add value to your home
If you’re thinking about remodeling your home, you should consider the resale value as well. Different remodeling projects will result in varying returns on investment (ROI) in terms of:
The use your family gets out of the new space
Money you save from energy efficient upgrades
An improved resale value of your home
ROI is especially important if you’re using home equity loans or home equity lines of credit to finance your renovations as you’re counting on the renovation to improve the value of your home and therefore your equity investment. You also want to make sure the renovations you make are in keeping with neighborhood upgrades and will appeal to a broad audience when you’re ready to sell. Cost and return will depend on the scope of your remodel and where you live, but these are the top five home renovations with the best return on investment, on average, for a mid-sized, single family home. Speak to a home loan advisor to learn more about home equity loan options from Citizens Bank.
Thanks to brushless DC motors, tackling home improvements projects is simpler than ever. On average, over half of the adults in the U.S. tackle a DIY project each year. Because of BLDC motors, power tools have longer run times on a single battery charge, are more compact, lighter in weight, more powerful, smarter and last longer. This infographic explores trends in home improvement projects across America, the power tools used and the evolution of brushless DC motors.