If you’re thinking of leaving your home, but you’ve remained either because of the slump in the housing market, the continuing state of the economy, or any other number of similar reasons, you may want to consider renovation instead. Moving is expensive and the costs of purchasing another or new home can be astronomical. There are a few compelling reasons that renovating your existing home may be the way to go.

  • Aside from the up-front costs of moving, hiring a moving service, gas surcharges, and the price of your new home, you also face the time taken off of work to better accomplish the move itself, closing costs on your new home, and more. Not to mention that moving takes a lot of energy, especially when you consider changing schools and forwarding necessary paperwork.
  • By upgrading, repairing, and renovating your home, you are increasing several things: property value, curb appeal, functionality, and personal enjoyment. Big renovations, like reroofing, installing new siding, and fitting new replacement windows, can literally change the face of your home while offering several other advantages.
  • Having qualified roofers renovate your home’s existing roof can vastly increase the energy efficiency and durability of your home. At least once during a typical home’s lifetime, the roof requires replacement; but, the right roofers and the right materials can give you a new roof that lasts for decades.
  • Exterior renovations, especially windows and siding, provide an entirely fresh look and feel while offering today’s technology for maximum energy efficiency. You can give your own home a facelift without having to invest the time and money in moving to a new location, uprooting your existence.

To learn more about key exterior renovations that can make your house a home, contact Apex Exteriors at (847) 961-4601 and schedule a consultation with us. We can show you how a transformed home can offer all the appeal and function you need so you don’t have to move away.

Last Updated on May 14, 2017 by ApexRoofingServices

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