Which Plumbing Upgrades Can Improve Your Home’s Value?

When W2s start showing up, homeowners start thinking about home improvement projects. Be sure you get the best return on investment from your tax return. There are two types of plumbing projects which can improve the value of your home.

If any aspect of your home’s plumbing system is not fully-functional, or not up to modern standards or building codes, it can dramatically reduce your home’s value. When people spend years living in a home, sometimes we just get used to its little quirks as things stop working properly. However, when you put your house on the market, a buyer won’t just overlook the things you’ve learned to ignore. These plumbing repairs will help your home retain its market value.

Adding a bathroom is the other type of plumbing project which can increase your home’s value. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), an added bathroom has one of the strongest impacts of any home feature on single family detached home values. And according to RealEstate.com, an added full bathroom can increase your home’s value by 20 percent. Even adding a half bath can increase the value of your home by 10.5 percent.

No room to add another bath? Something as simple as a fresh coat of paint, new flooring and modern, efficient plumbing fixtures can also add value and improve the appeal of your home. We can provide guidance on which fixtures are the best choice for your needs.

We’re always ready to respond to unexpected repairs, we’re also prepared to handle your pre-planned Louisville and Lexington plumbing projects. Years of experience have given our techs a good idea of the time, materials and permits a job will require. Because we perform a high volume of business, we also get great pricing on materials and fixtures – which we pass along to you.

If you have a project in mind this year and need a Louisville or Lexington plumber, we’d love to help. Give us a call, and we’ll schedule an appointment to send one of our friendly, professional technicians out for an honest estimate.