Home Improvement

Now Is the Time to Make Improvements to Your Home

 

If you want to make home improvements but have put them off until a later date, you may want to reconsider. Now that the economy is on the upswing, it’s a great time to take advantage of top-quality materials and labor to have the home you’ve always dreamed about. Use eco-friendly deconstruction and demolition to give your home a new look. Read on to learn more!

  • Add Value to Your Home

Before the recent recession, many people would buy their first house with the idea of its value increasing over a year or two so they could sell it for a profit. However, when the economy took a downturn, many chose to stay in their first homes for several years to save money. These “starter” homes are ideal for renovations now that the market is improving. A new kitchen or bathroom can add a lot of value to your home, and potential buyers will take notice of the upgrades.

While the words demolition and construction don’t necessarily sound environmentally friendly, there are green options for renovating your home. Deconstruction salvages materials so that they can be reused in your home or someone else’s. Instead of hauling away all of the remnants to a landfill, you have the opportunity to reuse pieces of your home. Windows, doors, and even plumbing fixtures may be salvaged.

  • Save Money

Not only is home improvement through deconstruction easier on the environment, it’s also easier on your wallet. Reusing components of your house saves you money, since you won’t have to invest in all brand-new pieces. You can also save money through a demolition tax donation program.

When you’re ready to improve your home, call Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. at (650) 489-0226. We have been providing the San Francisco area with outstanding eco-friendly deconstruction, demolition, and hauling services for years. Our friendly staff is ready to help you with your home improvement projects and can provide more information about eco-friendly renovations.

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