Let’s say you have $5,000 to spend right now on any renovation in your home. What would you choose? Depending on how creative you are at spending it, you could cross a lot off your reno to-do list.
Sadly, $5,000 for all us of not-so-creative homeowners, might not get us that far. So what are some things you could do with this $5,000? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here are my favorite 5 home improvements you can do for under $5,000!
Top 5 Home Improvements under $5,000
1) Stone Counterops
Average Cost: $4,500
Stone countertops are America’s favorite kitchen trend. Granite, Quartz, Marble- homeowners just can’t get enough. This home improvement not only transforms the entire look of your kitchen but will leave friends and family drooling over something other than your cooking.
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2) Front Entry
Average Cost: $1,200
Knock, Knock! Who’s there? Hopefully your new front door. As you can tell from my past blog, if you are planning to do any renovation in your home, upgrading your front door might be the best bet. It’s not the most expensive renovation, but if you are looking to add value to your home in a weekend, this renovation comes with a 102% ROI. Grab your keys and go out and buy yourself a new door, with an average cost of $1,200- you’ll even be able to re-decorate your whole entryway with the leftover cash.
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3) Paint the House:
Average Cost: $3,000
Does your home look like it could use some serious TLC? Does chipping or fading paint sound familiar? It’s time for a change, and yes, vinyl siding sounds great, but comes with a hefty price tag. It’s okay, you don’t have to be the neighborhood eyesore forever- you have other options. Give your home a fresh coat of paint. Your house will look brand spanking new before you know it.
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4) Can I park here?
Average Cost: $3,700
Don’t forget about your driveway! A driveway in disrepair can kill your curb appeal. So take this time to re-pave it and refresh the outside of your home. You will appreciate it, your guests will appreciate it, and most importantly your car will appreciate it.
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5) Fixture Fixation
Go fixture crazy! Update every faucet and shower head in your entire home. That doesn’t just mean in the bathrooms, I’m talking the kitchen, bathrooms, basement, laundry room, and any other place that has some hardware that could use some updating. Fixtures aren’t that expensive, so $5,000 will easily deck out your home with some shiny new hardware.
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SUPER SAVER RENO:
Looking for a great renovation for a really inexpensive cost? Go out and grab a can of paint! Paint can give your home a clean and refreshed look you can’t get anywhere else. Paint is a great option to make a big impression for cheap!
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So what would you renovate with $5,000?
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