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When I moved into my current home, I was more than a little disappointed with the master bathroom. This small restroom resembled a dark cave more than it did a spa retreat. After nearly 10 years of saving money, my husband and I are almost ready to get the master bathroom of our dreams. We are planning to hire a remodelling contractor. This professional will give us the more spacious bathroom we need. We will be replacing our bathtub and shower combination with a separate walk-in shower and a soaker tub. We are also replacing our one sink with two sinks. On this blog, you will learn how a remodeling contractor can give you a spa retreat in your master bathroom. Enjoy!

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Buying a forever home requires you to think about what you will need for the rest of your life. Going on a house hunt for a starter home only demands that you consider the next few years. It is far easier to come up with a list of wants and needs for a couple of years compared to several decades.  So, after getting your hands on a starter home and realizing that you may want or need to live there for longer than anticipated, you should consider home remodeling projects that can provide both value and satisfaction.

Irrigation System

A valuable addition to any starter home is an irrigation system. Instead of having to go out in the yard and water the plants with a hose or manual sprinkler, you can enjoy hands-off watering. This is especially important if you intend on using the beauty of the landscape to attract buyers in the future. They will appreciate having such a beautiful home to look at from the outside, and once they find out that the upkeep will be minimal, they will be even more interested in putting an offer on the home. An irrigation system also keeps you from having to hire professionals to water the plants when you are busy.

Walk-In Closet

As long as there is some room to spare in the house, you will enjoy adding a walk-in closet. A closet like this can be designed in a way to provide floor-to-ceiling storage on every side. This is an ideal addition to the master bedroom because many buyers will want the greatest features for their own room. A walk-in closet is similar to having a master bath that is equipped with a jet tub, as opposed to a standard tub.

Fencing

Do not underestimate what fencing can do for you as a homeowner and when selling the home. A fence adds a layer of protection that buyers will appreciate having, especially if the buyer has children or pets. Fencing can provide an immense curb appeal boost, especially in the first few years of its installation. If you decide on a wooden fence, you should not worry about getting expensive wood that lasts an extremely long time because you know that you will be moving out of the home in several years.

Hiring a home renovation professional to add some or all of these features will have you enjoying your starter house more while also making it easier to sell once the time comes.