4 More Reasons Why You Should Now Go For That Kitchen Uplift You’ve Always Wanted
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Published by TOP4 Team
Statistics show that Australians are obsessed about home makeovers for the past couple of years. Collectively, we’ve been spending literally billions of dollars every year for renovations, remodels, upgrades and other home improvement projects. For this year, the number is expected to increase even more.
It’s not a surprise why home improvement projects have become so popular lately. There’s just so much satisfaction you can get from seeing and experiencing your living spaces improve in aesthetics and functionality. Moreover, the right project can offer property owners significant ROI and lasting value.
However, not all home improvement projects are equal. You have to choose carefully and think the project thoughtfully to make sure every dollar and second devoted to the project will be worth it.
If you have to choose only one major home improvement project this year, make it all about your kitchen. The following reasons explain why you should go for a kitchen uplift this year:
1. Improve the safety level in your property. Various accidents can happen in the kitchen, what with sharp, hot and not-for-kids stuff you put in there. Improving your kitchen leads to better functionality, a smarter layout and a more thoughtful design, all of which minimise accidents and injury in your home.
2. Boost the value of your property. Updating your kitchen increases the appeal of your property to potential buyers. In fact, real estate experts say the kitchen can be the single influencing factor for many property hunters. And even if you’re not planning to sell your home in the near or far future, improving the kitchen presents value for you as a long-term or lifetime property owner by improving your daily routines and enhancing the total look of your indoor setting.
3. Increase usable footage in your property. When you remake your kitchen, you can focus on installing a smarter organisation and storage system for that space. Having a good layout, getting rid of clutter and maximising the space can free up more space for you to work and live in. It’s a smart way of making your home “bigger” than it really is.
4. Improve your overall quality of life. That awkwardly positioned faucet, your sink that’s too shallow, the ugly backsplash you have to face every day… all these seemingly little details that you don’t like about your kitchen can add up to your daily frustrations and inefficiencies. Finally getting rid of them and solving the problems can bring a remarkable lightness to your home life today.