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If you’re looking for ways to boost your home’s value, you’re probably considering some home renovations. Home remodeling projects are a great way to increase your home’s value and improve its appearance, but they don’t have to be expensive. Check out our tips on ways to improve your home’s value without breaking the bank!

1. Get Energy Efficient Appliances

Maximizing the energy efficiency of your home will save you money now and increase the value of your home in the long run. There are several appliances that can be replaced with more energy-efficient models such as refrigerators, ovens, washing machines and dryers. Upgrading these appliances is an easy way to add value to your home without construction or room altering.

2. ​Upgrade Your Landscaping

A well-manicured lawn is a great cost-effective way to increase your home’s value. Planting healthy trees and flowers, along with removing weeds and dead vegetation will make a great first impression!

3. Add Smart Technology

Start thinking smart and invest in some smart home technology to quickly increase your home’s value. Upgrading your ​thermostat, lighting, fire detectors, and security cameras will make your home stand out to buyers.

4. Repaint Your Front Door

Though it sounds simple, painting your front door can play a huge part in increasing your home’s value. Repaint your front door, shutters, and even garage doors to give your home a nice facelift. This is a quick and inexpensive way to improve your home’s appearance and leave guests with a great first impression!

5. Upgrade Your Lighting and Fixtures

Lighting and fixtures can drastically change the feel of a home, especially outdated fixtures and dim interior lighting. Buyers today want more light in their homes and updated light fixtures will make rooms brighter and more contemporary. In addition to changing your lighting, try to bring in as much natural light as possible. People love natural light, and it makes your home look bigger.