Home Remodeling Projects that Make You Feel Better
By Mark J. Donovan
||When people ask me what are the most popular home improvement projects, I normally ramble off a list of projects with the best return on investment. However, if I had to sum up my best answer in just six words I would say, “projects that make people feel better”. This brief answer doesn’t necessarily conflict with my list of projects related to return on investment. Instead, however, it provides another view point, as well as invaluable insight, into what might be the best home improvement project for you.
When it comes down to it, people in general like to do things, or invest in things, that improve their lives.
So when it comes to the most popular home improvement projects, in general it is interior remodeling projects that rank highest. In particular bathroom and kitchen remodeling projects are the most popular home improvement projects and it is not so surprising. When you think about it, the bathroom and kitchen is where we spend much of our most precious times.
So if you are contemplating a new home improvement project consider more than just the return on investment. Also consider what will make you the most happy and improve the creature comforts of your life. By considering all of these factors you are sure to select a home improvement project that best meets all your needs and desires.
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