Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Tips On Saving Money By Installing Quality Home Equipment

     This past year, I have been busy doing some home remodeling to update the look of my house. I did my research first, and made sure that the quality of products that I used to remodel my home were top notch.

     Today on the blog, my guest writer Wendy Dessler returns to share some tips on home improvements that will add value to your house:

We all want a beautiful home that is well kept, modern, and functioning. We invest a lot of money into our homes and it is usually our greatest asset. 

When we working hard to pay off our homes, or even got trapped in some serious debts because of our investments in property, we need to make sure we have a positive approach to dealing with debt constantly. Beside going for debt consolidation or similar measures, we can also start from investing properly into our home.

The value of our homes have a direct impact on our borrowing power, and credit worthiness. So, when it comes time to remodel, replace or repair, we want to get the most we can for our money. 
Go For Good Quality

There are certain home improvement jobs that simply require good quality. While we may cut corners with cosmetic treatments like carpet, decor, and window treatments (they can be upgraded later), replacing sinks in the kitchen or bath with modern sinks or vessels is a job you want to do once and do well. 

Modern sinks and vessels come in a wide range of colors, styles, designs, and sizes. They are beautiful and have a huge impact on the functionality and aesthetics of the room. The sinks is usually a focal point of the kitchen and bath. 

Installing a low quality sink may seem like a good idea at the time, but when you consider what can go wrong, you will think again. Not only will a poor quality sink not last as long as a high-quality sink, but if you develop unseen leaks water will damage:

  • Countertops
  • Floors
  • Walls and sheetrock

Leaks also lead to warped wood and mold growth which is dangerous to your health. 

Even When Renovating....

There are also home repairs and additions that will save you money overall if you go with higher quality equipment. One area that comes to mind is the addition of windows, roofing, and doorways. 

While the initial investment will be less if you use traditional materials, over the life of your home, you would save money by installing quality options. Houses are meant to last for decades, and should not deteriorate easily. Many of these quality options come with a warranty. 

For example, by installing quality windows, the temperature of the house can be increased significantly. The energy costs to heat and cool the building is also positively affected.

Make sure to keep your home well organized using different tactics and hacks, as that will also help you save more and maintain your home easier.

These examples show that when it comes to the home, it saves you money to go with higher quality home equipment. 

This improves the quality of your home and increases your property value. The cost of installing high-quality equipment is always less than replacing and repairing over and over again. 

Author Bio
Wendy Dessler
Wendy is a super-connector with Outreachmama who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking. She frequently writes about the latest advancements in digital marketing and focuses her efforts on developing customized blogger outreach plans depending on the industry and competition.


  1. Great tips, although I don't plan on remodeling again. But you never know....

  2. And, since you live in Florida, you should get plenty of opportunity for fix-ups after the hurricanes :-)

  3. It can feel difficult to invest in quality pieces when doing a major renovation because you feel like you are bleeding money. Nonetheless, this is good advice. You don't want to have to do it all over again in a couple of years. Get the best stuff you can afford, in neutral colors.



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