For most residents of Mesquite, your home is your most significant investment and nest egg for future financial security. And the best way to ensure that you get the most out of your investment in your home is to make a few upgrades or additions when the budget permits. However, what most homeowners want to know is which projects are a good financial investment and will also add to their enjoyment of the house while they are still occupying it. The items below are sure to add to the value of your property and your enjoyment of your home. In addition, some might even off a bit of savings each month on your utility bills.
Add Water Filtration
If you have been lugging home bottled water for years, it is past time to consider a whole home water filtration system. This device will purify your home’s water, eliminating contaminants and odd tastes that create a need for costly bottled water. You will also be helping the water lines in your home by removing these potentially corrosive minerals and other particles. The benefits for this one project include an increase in property value, saving the money you spent on bottled water, and increasing the life expectancy of your home’s water lines.
Spruce Up A Bathroom
A major renovation of a bathroom is costly. However, you can make a few smaller upgrades on a tight budget and still get many great benefits. Think of tasks like installing a touchless low-flow faucet, low-flow rain shower head, and a low-flow toilet. These updates will increase the visual appeal of the space and its function. The bonus is that you will also conserve water and save money each month.
Add A New Feature Or Two
Many simple plumbing additions will completely change how you use and view a space. For example, adding an outdoor shower near the pool or spa can be very affordable and simple yet add a ton of convenience. Or think about the added value of a utility sink in your laundry room. It is the perfect place to wash items you really don’t want in the kitchen sink, like muddy shoes or paintbrushes.
Make All Those Small Repairs
While fixing leaks and drips in your home’s plumbing is not the most glamourous or exciting upgrade to make, it offers some fantastic returns on your investment. First, minor plumbing issues always grow, and so does the repair cost. So make the simple and affordable repairs before they include water damage repairs as well. You will also enjoy savings on your water bill each month when you eliminate all those little drips that steal water and money from your household budget each month.
If you are not in a position to make these small upgrades on your own, call (214) 388-4525. The licensed plumbers at Metroplex Leak & Locate are always ready to pitch in and help increase the value and function of your home. And each repair or upgrade we complete is backed by a full warranty on parts and labor.