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Improving Homeowners' Quality of Life with Primary Bedroom Additions

Improving Homeowners' Quality of Life with Primary Bedroom Additions

The majority of Utah homeowners believe that adding a primary addition will raise the value of their property and make it more appealing to potential purchasers. However, you may use your bedroom addition to increase the value even more with careful design and the advice of a qualified home contractor.

The worth of your house goes beyond the sum of money that a real estate agent or appraiser may suggest. Even if it's harder to measure, your quality of life in the house matters just as much for adding value.

Consider every aspect of your impending primary bedroom addition to get the most out of it in terms of both livability and market value.

Essentials for a Primary Bedroom Renovation

Improving your home's selling value and your lifestyle can both be achieved by adding a primary bedroom. This is particularly crucial for older Utah homes, as they might not have been built with today's standards for primary bedrooms in mind.

Modern primary bathrooms should have a separate tub and shower, two sinks, a dedicated water closet, and lots of walk-in closet space, while your choice of finishes should be based on similar homes in the community.

Upgrades to the Primary Bedroom That Everyone Wants

If you can afford it, adding a primary suite addition with a few renovations will increase the value of your house.

These improvements will stand out to prospective buyers if you intend to sell your house within the next five years. The facilities you want will probably vary if you decide to stay in the house longer, so keep that in mind when deciding how much to trick-out your new area.

A separate tub and shower in the primary bathroom is no longer preferred by many customers in favor of an extravagant spa shower. Water-efficient plumbing fixtures and faucets are also very popular. Another well-liked feature that you may have right now is an enclosed, private atrium that extends off the primary bedroom, or an indoor/outdoor shower.

Consider using eco-friendly building supplies and finishing for your extra room, if you have the space. Examine and add as many eco-friendly countertops, floors, and lighting fixtures as your budget will let. When the time comes to sell your house, you'll help draw in more purchasers and save money in the interim.

Ensure Your Bedroom Addition Includes All Necessary Amenities

When adding a primary bedroom, it's crucial to avoid exchanging one issue for another.

For this reason, clients frequently want to consider converting the garage or carport at their house. Some intend to add more square footage by converting an existing porch or patio slab. By adopting this strategy, you might not even raise the value of your house—you would just be exchanging one flaw for another.

Your lifestyle depends on a primary bedroom, garage, and outdoor living areas, among other things. While adding square footage could be more expensive than converting, it's frequently less expensive.

Remember that when you sell your house, you will get reimbursed for some or all of the additional expenses used in adding square footage. You will take pleasure in your new primary suite's amenities in the interim.

Based in Murray, Utah, Topp Remodeling & Construction provides residential and business services to clients in the Northern Utah region. In addition to building custom homes, we also provide project management services and make modifications for business tenants. To arrange a meeting to go over your new primary bedroom expansion, contact us right now.