Bathroom Remodeling Wilmington DE

Local resource for bathroom remodeling in Wilmington, DE. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to bathroom remodeling, bathroom cabinets, bathroom vanities, and bathroom tile, as well as advice and content on plumbing contractors, bathroom redecorations, bathroom style guides, and bathroom renovation guides.

Ellen Cheever and Associates
(302) 575-0968
19074 Field Rd.
Wilmington, DE
 
Muhly KBA
(610) 696-9191
7 North Five Points Rd.
West Chester, PA
 
Diamond State Development Corporation
(302) 275-7119
615 WEST 37TH STEET
WILMINGTON, DE
Services
home improvements
Licenses / Certifications
DE/NCC
Years in Business
8

Pete George Tile
(302) 478-7078
1119 Webster Dr
Wilmington, DE
Services
Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling
Years in Business
64 years

Creative Home Solutions Inc
(302) 351-3100
319 New Rd
Wilmington, DE
 
Anything's Possible Home Improvements
(610) 662-9727
1712 Market St
Marcus Hook, PA
Services
Demolition, Drywall and Plaster, Handyman, Doors, Framing, Roofing, Carpenters, Lighting, Basement remodeling, Bathroom remodeling, Multiple Room Renovation, Kitchen remodeling, Painting, Tiling, Flooring
Service Types
Residential
Company Information
Hours : 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM M,T,W,T,F
Years in Business : 5 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : No License Provided

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Bathcrest Of Delaware Valley
(610) 380-1110
Gov Printz
Wilmington, DE
 
Crest Plumbing & Heating Co
(302) 994-0077
120 Brookside Dr
Wilmington, DE
 
A L Merced General Contractors Inc
(302) 658-1618
322 6th Ave
Wilmington, DE
 
2 Days Bath
(302) 798-0103
6603 Governor Printz Blvd
Wilmington, DE
 
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Remodeling Your House - Kitchen & Bath Repairs Are Worth More

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Remodeling Your Home: How Much Is Too Much?

Home remodeling tips & advice - keep it simple.The classic way for homeowners to increase the value of their house is by remodeling existing rooms or adding on to its current plan.

Some choose to build recreation rooms and studies while others add new appliances, fixtures and cabinets to enliven rooms and make their home more attractive to future buyers.

But, when should you decide to stop sinking money into a home and buy a bigger place? And how much rehab is too much when it comes time to recovering remodeling costs through a home sale

For instance, if you’ve just spent $1,000 remodeling your living room and didn’t expand your small bathroom, the chances of increasing the number of interested buyers are slim.

With these concerns in mind, I can offer a few tips for those struggling to add value to their home.

First, always protect the character of your home. Nothing sticks out more than a new addition that is in a completely different architectural style. Be consistent. Recognize your home’s character and stay within its framework.

The most financially rewarding areas to remodel are usually the kitchen and bath. Newly re-done cooking spaces and cabinets can attract more buyers and may command a slightly higher price for the home than a comparable one on the market. Simple repairs that are made to last will bring you the biggest returns upon sale.

Enlarged bathrooms are the most popular attraction for new home buyers, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association . Today, the most popular additions for younger buyers are sunken whirlpool baths and showers. But be sure to install modest, solid amenities. It’s easy to quickly over-spend on bathroom fixtures.

Buyers are, by convention, more interested in above-ground living space – not basements, yards and walkways. Swimming pools can be a poor investment if installed for the sole purpose of increasing a home’s value; it’s rare that a pool’s cost will be recovered in a home sale. It can also be a negative feature for potential buyers with very young children.

Replacing worn carpeting, tiles and wood floors can give your home an immediate advantage over similar properties in the area. Updating paint colors in all areas of your home can also prove beneficial.

However, it’s recommended that you use neutral colors, such as gray, beige and off-white when adding new floor and wall coverings. Fewer buyers will then turn away because of differing tastes.

Stay simple with your remodeling and look at your home as though you were the buyer. Chances are that if you find the upstairs bedroom could be brightened by a larger window, potential buyers will probably feel the same.

Don’t go overboard. Concentrate on improving two or three deficiencies in your home. More than likely, the time and money you spend adding quality to your home will be rewarded with greater profit at selling time. ...

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