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Home improvement projects are one of the few investments you can make that can improve your life in the short term and lead to returns in the long term. With just a little strategic forethought, you can improve your everyday life while also increasing the value of your home and saving yourself money; one of the biggest win-wins any homeowner can enjoy. Here are four unique ideas that can make your next home improvement project a big win:

A Fresh Front Door 

Your front door may seem like a fairly inconsequential part of your house, but it’s an important focus of any professional real estate agent. When a home looks welcoming and attractive from the curb, potential buyers get a good gut feeling about a house and subconsciously add on extra value to the property. When doing a home renovation, check out your front door. If it’s ugly or ill-fitting, seriously consider getting a fresh front door. Not only will it improve your property’s curbside appeal, but it will also help to instantly increase your energy efficiency, saving you money in the long term. It’s also a quick job and you can be creative with your door purchase; there are many different great-looking styles of door to choose from. 

A Smart Choice of Roof

Depending on the roofing you currently have on your house, you might be due for a new roof soon. There are many different types of roof you can choose from, but one of the most unique but practical options is metal roofing. Metal roofing offers many benefits besides the aesthetic appeal. It has an almost unmatched durability – when you install a metal roof you are making a lifetime investment as they can last for 70 years or more if they are maintained properly. They’re fire-resistant, easy to maintain and also highly energy efficient. They can lower heating prices in winter and cool down prices in the summer due to their ability to reflect the sun. 

Get Rid of that Attic!

Attics aren’t particularly attractive and, if you have a basement, they often lose their utility as storage areas. Unwanted or unused relics of abandoned furniture or hobbies are normally thrown into the attic area, often never to be seen again. If you’re a homeowner, that’s just wasted space. Consider turning that attic space into a room that actually has utility – whether it’s a spare bedroom, an office, or a playroom for the kids. These renovations can yield some of the highest returns on investment and give you and your family more space and more options. 

Take Care of Your Kitchen with Backsplash Protection

Your kitchen is likely an important place for your family as well as for socializing, so it’s important for you to protect it and keep it looking great. Backsplash protection in the cooking and prep area is a great way of making sure your walls don’t get ruined over time. There are many different ways you can prevent kitchen backsplash without spending too much money, so you’ll be sure to find one that will fit your budget and style.