One of the best ways to improve your quality of life is to improve the environment in which you live. And renovating your home can do just that. Renovations can make your home a place you love and will proud of. This means you may be more inclined to spend time in your home, keep it clean, and event host company more often. Renovating means you’ll be able to show off your personality and add personal touches to areas that are outdated or don’t quite feel like “home”. This is especially true if you purchased a “fixer-upper” or an older home. Here at Start to Finish Renovations, we know how much value renovating your home can bring your life. We’ve compiled some of the top ways your life may improve through renovating your home.
Improve Your Health Mentally & Physically
For your home’s kitchen particularly, renovating may mean better mental and physical health for you and your family. A beautiful and functional kitchen in your home may make you feel more comfortable and happy. Additionally, you may be more inclined to keep your new kitchen clean since it looks nicer and makes people feel more at ease.
You may also be more inclined to cook and eat healthier foods in your new kitchen, leading to overall better physical health for you and your family. A study conducted by Houzz revealed one-third of homeowners who had recently completed a kitchen renovation found themselves leading a healthier lifestyle by eating more fruits and vegetables and preparing more meals at home. This means a healthier waistline, and wallet.
Save Money In the Long-Run
Alright, we know what you’re thinking. This sounds bizarre. But, investing in a renovation could save you money in the long-run. How is this possible? Well, if you make your home a place you truly love being, you may be less inclined to take that weekend getaway trip or vacation because you enjoy spending time in your home so much more. Completing a renovation means making a space yours. It will have a unique style and functionality that brings you joy to look at and use.
Additionally, if you’ve renovated your kitchen recently, you may be more inclined to make food at home rather than going out, saving you a lot of money in the long-run.
Lastly, and likely the largest way you can save money with a home renovation, is adding value to your home. If you’ve recently renovated and are planning to sell in the future, you may end up getting more for your home than you would if you hadn’t renovated.
Gain a Sense of Accomplishment
Completing most home renovations is no small task. Even if you hire a professional renovation company, you will likely be moving a lot of your stuff, packing it up for the renovation, and unpacking in your new space once it’s done. Renovations take time, and once your vision has come to life and the renovation is finished, you may have a sense of accomplishment that encourages your to tackle other projects around your home or in your life you’d previously been procrastinating.
Here at Start to Finish renovations, we know renovating your home will add value to your life, health and home. If you’re considering starting a renovation and need help, contact us today! We love creating a warm, positive working environment, and would happy to help with your renovation needs.