If you’re planning to sell your property, here are 3 ways to increase the value of your house.
1. Synthetic Turf:
Homeowners are choosing to replace their natural sod with artificial turf to increase the resale value of their home.
Not only does the synthetic lawn enhance the curb appeal of a home, it does so throughout the year. Even with extreme fluctuations in temperatures. The benefits of installing a synthetic lawn far outweigh its initial price. In fact, SGC has had countless customers who have almost doubled the value of their home using our The Perfect Lawn Series. The perks of artificial grass on lifestyle, maintenance time and cost, and the environment are among the more well known advantages. A spike in home value is something that every homeowner should add to that list.
2. Composite Fencing:
On average, privacy fences are 4-5 feet sometimes 6 feet tall. Installing a fence in your backyard for privacy purposes will increase marketability for your home with prospective buyers when selling. Homeowners with pets, such as dogs, may require a fence and could be reluctant to purchase a home without one due to the high cost of fencing materials and installation. This does not mean that using any type of fence will tremendously increase the value of your home. Here at SGC we have created a Composite Fencing called Ezfence. Ultimately, our composite materials are built with a high performance membrane which is resistant to fading, stains, scratches and mold. We understand the importance of fencing material and how it can play an integral role in determining the overall home value during appraisal.
3. Composite Decking:
There are several major reasons that people find decks a tool for adding value to their homes. First of all, they give the homeowner another way out from the home to the yard, which tends to add value. The SGC Composite Deck Ezdeck is designed in 3 different models that have real wood grain patterns. Each board type is constructed to resist stains and mold which ensures durability. Beyond that, decks are popular gathering places. Rather than forcing family to hover in the kitchen or living room, they can get a lot of use out of their deck when the weather is nice.