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Will New Flooring Increase the Value of My Home?

When homeowners think about renovating or possibly selling their home, many will ask if new flooring will increase the value of their home. It’s an excellent question! The short answer is that it can, but it will depend on several factors. We’ll break it down for you and discuss the various aspects, ranging from the type of flooring to the overall harmony of your home’s current design.


Understanding Flooring Choices

First, it’s essential to understand that not all flooring is on the same level. Some types of flooring, such as hardwood or natural stone, can be quite expensive but could add more value to your home over other options. Certain flooring types, such as Luxury Vinyl, strike an excellent balance between cost-efficiency and aesthetic appeal. Unlike their more expensive options, Luxury Vinyl are highly durable and give practically unlimited design options without compromising on style. Their water-resistant properties and ease of maintenance make them especially appealing to homeowners.

Evaluating Your Current Flooring Condition

Additionally, the condition of your existing flooring can also play a role. If your current floors are in poor condition, replacing them with new flooring may increase the value of your home. On the flip side, if your existing flooring is in pristine condition, the incremental value gain from replacing it might be quite minor.

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Style and Age Considerations

It’s also worth considering the age and style of your home. In some cases, adding new flooring that is out of style or doesn’t balance with your home’s age may decrease its value. For example, installing ultra-modern, high-end flooring in an old Victorian home may not be the best choice. Balance is the key. Flooring options like LVT or LVP offer homeowners maximum versatility, allowing for a seamless match with a wide range of home styles.

Geographic Influence on Flooring Value

Lastly, the location of your home could also impact the value of new flooring. If a homeowner is considering selling, the realtor will look at homes in the area for a price comparison. In neighborhoods where hardwood or stone flooring is the norm, opting for these materials might not yield a substantial value increase. Conversely, installing specific flooring options could significantly elevate your home’s market appeal and value in areas where such options are a rarity.

Make Strategic Updates for Maximum Value

So, does new flooring increase the value of your home? As you can see, the answer is a solid maybe. It’s important to consider all of these factors before deciding. If you’re in the market to sell your home in the near future, it may be worth consulting with a real estate agent to get a sense of what home improvements will have the most significant impact on your home’s value.

If you’re simply looking to update your home for your enjoyment, choosing flooring that you love, fits your style, and accommodates your lifestyle is essential. Regardless of your reasons for updating your floors, taking the time to research and plan your project will ensure that you get the most value out of your investment. At Refloor, we can help you find the perfect flooring for your home and lifestyle. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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