When you’re looking at your home and considering which renovation projects offer the best return on investment, it turns out that the upgrades that allow homeowners to enjoy their home longer top the list.
What does this mean? Well, here in the Wilmington area, the average age of a homeowner is between 40-55 – people with families, who have aging parents and their own plans for retirement. In most cases, the home is the largest asset the family owns. 94% of Americans report that their preferred way to spend their golden years is living in their own homes.
When you work with a skilled Wilmington home improvement company, it’s absolutely possible to have the upgrades that make long term independent living easy while still enjoying a high-end, luxury look. One of the most critical rooms to look at is the kitchen.
Smart kitchen remodels address the homeowner’s needs now and for years to come. When we work with homeowners, the emphasis is always on achieving lasting value. In terms of kitchen layout, designing spaces that are easy to navigate, with non-slip flooring and well-thought-out lighting benefits everyone in the family. Materials selection – your choices of cabinetry, countertop, and even appliances – should reflect your personal taste, values, and how you’re going to use your kitchen.
If this all seems a little overwhelming, don’t fret – you’re not alone. Part of the reason Hallmark Home Associates has such strong, lasting relationships with our clients is because we’re willing to work with you to make the home renovation process easy. Our goal is to create a home that’s part of your family’s legacy – a space where you can be happy together, creating memories and spending time focused on what’s really important.
Home renovations can be complex and challenging. Having a trusted partner who understands building, the intricacies of creating a nicer home, and how to maximize the budget makes the process easier. You don’t have to handle your renovations completely on your own. We’ll help support and guide you through the process.