Remodeling Your Home Can Boost Its Value

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Remodeling Your Home Can Boost Its Value

While my wife and I loved our home at first, after a few years, we started craving a change in scenery. We thought about remodeling it to see if that would give us the change we were looking for, but we worried that if we were still bored of our home after the remodeling project, we would have just "wasted" our money before putting it on the market. That mentality changed when we learned that some home remodeling projects can boost the value of your home greatly and even help it sell more quickly after it is put onto the market! We soon had our kitchen upgraded and a few other changes to our home and found out that it really was the change we were craving. I learned a lot about home renovations during the remodeling process, so I decided to create a blog to share my tips on!

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3 Tips to Protect Your Home Construction Site

Are you in the process of building a new home? You're likely focused on overseeing the construction and making sure the final product meets your expectations. While the home's design and construction is important, you'll also want to pay attention to your site's security. Construction sites can attract all kinds of people who you probably don't want on your property. Metal scavengers may look to steal parts or tools for a quick profit. Teenagers may sneak into the unfinished house looking for a place to party. To avoid costly damage and setbacks, it's important that you secure your site. Here are four tips on how to do so:

Visit often. Don't be a stranger to the construction site, especially after work hours. Potential trespassers will likely be familiar with your site. They could live in the neighborhood or they may drive by the site regularly. If they see a car parked at the site on a frequent basis, then that may tell them that the site isn't unattended. That could be enough to discourage them from any plans to trespass on the site. Stop by several times a day, especially in the evening, to check on the site's progress and make yourself visible.

Talk to neighbors. You have a natural security system in the people who live around your new home. Talk to them before construction starts and let them know the hours that the construction crews will likely be on site. This isn't just a good safety step. It's also polite. Your neighbors will likely appreciate you being proactive. Also, give them your phone number and tell them not to hesitate to call you if they see something at the site that doesn't look right.

Install cameras. A camera system is the ultimate security step. Cameras aren't cheap, but they may be worth the cost if they prevent damage or theft. You can find security cameras at nearly any electronics store. Some will also connect online so you can monitor the home from your phone or computer.

Also, place plenty of signs that state that cameras are present. By advertising the fact that cameras are on-site, you may discourage trespassers from going through with their plans.

Put up construction fencing. A fence around the property can be an effective way to keep intruders out. You can get portable chain link fence from nearly any fencing or construction supply store, such as Statewide Rent-A-Fence. Set it up around the site and you'll create a physical barrier that few intruders will want to break through. For added security, put a black tarp over the fence to limit visibility into the property. Trespassers will be less likely to climb the fence if they can't see what's on the other side of the fence.

For more information, talk to a fencing company. They can recommend effective construction fencing solutions.