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CLIFTON PARK — When granite countertops or shiny, stainless steel appliances beckon homeowners from the display areas of home improvement stores, it’s tempting to gear remodeling thoughts toward the items that will add flair and decorative appeal to a home.
1Pro NY, LCC is one area contractor that will say its right for the job. It specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodels, door, window and flooring installation, porch and deck construction, upgrades, repairs and new additions. The Clifton Park-based contracting service prides itself on conducting business honestly, with integrity, and with quality workmanship. It boasts superior service with competitive prices.
For more information about 1Pro NY, LLC, visit 1prony.com. To speak to a representative, call (833) 776-6971 or email 1[email protected]
The following were some of the projects that garnered the greatest return on investment.
• Region by region across the United States, installation of a new steel door on the front of a home can have a large impact on the resale value of a property. The ROI ranges from 123 percent at the highest, to 86 percent at the lowest — which is still a considerable investment return for such a simple project. Match the door’s style with the style of the house for the best value.
• An attractive kitchen can encourage buyers to overlook some of a home’s less attractive components. In the kitchen, replacement countertops, wall color changes, new cabinetry and flooring offer the biggest ROI.
• Dreaming of a new bedroom. Remodeling magazine also points to creating an attic bedroom to increase home value. The ROI of an attic remodel that adheres to code can garner an 83 percent ROI.
• Worthy window replacement. Angie’s List, a home services review and referral resource, has found that the average ROI of new windows is 77 percent. The cost of installation and energy savings tend to offset at around the 10-year point.
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