5 Easy Ways To Improve Your Home Value

Your home is one of your biggest achievements that need to be taken care of.

However, as time lapses, so does its value. Of course, one of the priorities of a homeowner is to increasingly add value to their home.

There are different ways that you can go about this—some methods require financial muscle, while others don’t require as much monetary input. That said, let’s take a look at five easy ways that you can add value to your home:

  1. Deep Cleaning

The value of your home can deteriorate as the property collects dirt, dust, weeds, and rust. You might try to thoroughly scrub your home but this generally takes a long time and you can’t reach each and every corner of your property.

Moreover, you might not have all the equipment required for the intense levels of deep cleaning. 

If you want to give your home a thorough cleaning, you can hire power washing services that can get the job done and help restore your home’s value. The advantages of engaging power washing services are that these professional teams use high-powered technology that can clean in ways simple scrubbing can’t possibly achieve.

The strong water pressure makes it easy to remove stubborn stains on your walls, debris, and dust on your driveway, loose particles on your gate and fence, chimney soot, and dirt from corners that you’re unable to reach with your bare hands. 

The use of this technology makes the process more efficient compared to scrubbing for days on end.

By the time you finish scrubbing your property, you might realize that where you started already requires a wash down, meaning the whole process has to be done all over again. Power washing services leave a long-lasting clean look for your home. 

  1. Re-Furnish

Vintage and rustic furniture designs are great for increasing your property’s value. This, however, isn’t the same as keeping old furniture in the home. A stovetop with rusty plates, chipped counter-tops, and torn couches, for example, means the furniture are worn and need to be replaced.

If you’re in a financial position to replace old furniture with new ones, you can look forward to adding value to your home in this manner. If buying new furniture isn’t quite in your plans yet, you can instead choose to repaint, place new wallpaper, or re-upholster your couches. 

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  1. Remodeling

If you enjoy DIY projects, remodeling different parts of your home can add value to it.

For example, you can turn your garage into a living space. This might include painting the walls, redoing the floor tiles and ceiling, as well as getting furniture for the new living space. You may want to turn it into a second living room, a guest room, or a hangout room for the kids. Depending on what you decide, you can furnish the space accordingly. 

Remodelling may also look into the aspect of redesigning your home to make it more efficient also. Adding value to any home is important and buyers look at the value of your systems in place. Sustainable modern systems will be desirable as we move into being more eco-conscious. Is the water system efficient? Is the heating system running well and what plans are in place – maybe you need to consider TXU energy plans. In essence, you are looking at remodelling your home to make it into a ‘smart home’. 

Let’s start by defining what a smart home is. A smart home is a home where all appliances are controlled from a single computer system, which is not dependent on switches and does not require manual operation.

In most cases, all the electrical systems in the home are controlled using dedicated software installed on remote control, computer, tablet, and smartphone. In addition to comfort, it is a status symbol that raises the value of the home in a particularly nice way. It will create added security, better efficiency and most likely it will also reduce the amount of monthly bills paid. It can create a sustainable future and be a great family home.

Solar panels are another option, although they are expensive to install, they will cut the bills for future residents. It is about thinking outside the box and creating a pleasing atmosphere that is also functional. Look at ways to make the home simpler, stylish, and also running to higher efficiency.

  1. Give Your Home A Pleasant Scent

The scent one is greeted with when walking through the door tells the story of your home. Your home may smell of stale food, or food that was cooked in the past few days, and you might not even realize it.

You can add value to your home by investing in different environmentally-friendly scents.

You can create your signature home scent by mixing various natural products such as oranges and cinnamon brought to a simmer. 

  1. Landscaping

If you have a garden, its appearance can also add value to your home. You can keep your garden looking appealing by keeping the grass cut, weeding, planting flowers, leaf blowing, and pruning the trees in your yard.

Depending on the size of your garden, you can add garden accessories such as a mini-pond, decorative stones, lily lights, and mini-sculptures.

Small daily activities such as picking up any litter in the yard and removing random weeds can also add value to your home. 


There are different ways to add value to your home without stretching your finances too far. You can hire a power washing service to efficiently deep clean your home, which saves you time on manual cleaning. You can also re-furnish or redo your interior.

Remodeling your rooms and investing in inviting scents also adds value to your home, as well as landscaping your yard. Garden accessories such as sculptures, lily lights, and a mini pond, can also increase your property’s value.

The main objective is to keep your home clean, warm, and inviting. No matter how creative you get with your home, if it isn’t clean, it will lose the value it deserves.

Julie Higgins
Julie is a Staff Writer at momooze.com. She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.

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