When making renovations decisions for your condo, it’s very important to think about what you’ll get the highest return on in the long run. Sure, some renovations are very personalized and will bring personal joy. But, if you’re planning on selling anytime in the near future you may want to think about choosing basic renovation projects that will help you sell quickly when the time does arrive to do so. Here is a short list of small renovations you can do for very little expense that will also offer good returns.
Flooring Upgrades: If the flooring in your condo is worn or outdated, you may want to think about upgrading it. Hardwood flooring is extremely trendy right now and is very attractive to buyers. If your budget does allow, think about installing hardwood floor or even engineered hardwood alternative flooring. The alternative flooring looks authentic but is much less costly in the long run.
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Verona Floors Hardwood Collection
A variety of fine engineered hardwood floor collections provides solutions for any project. Verona Floors offers a wide range of exotic woods in several widths, thicknesses and finishes. Available in floating and glue-down options, these products offer versatility to suit any style and space.
Personality and uniqueness as well as an interplay of counterpoint and deviations from conventional design dictates, characterize the design philosophy of the SieMatic S2. Also, some of the functional elements of the SieMatic S1 are included in the SieMatic S2, such as the multi-media elements, the vertical recessed grip and the drawer system. Mr. Siekmann explains the design concept as "for the SieMatic S2 we have adopted the emotions that have been attributed to the SieMatic S1 ". The linear, cubical design continues the tradition that began in 1960 with the minimalistic, handleless SieMatic 6006. The SieMatic S2 combines that horizontal emphasis with the vertical elements that are the dominant characteristics of the SieMatic S1. New colors and finishes, as well as combinations of premium materials such as lacquer, glass, stone, and wood accessorize the SieMatic S2 kitchens as do the strong tone-in-tone design accents. A good example of the versatility of the SieMatic S2 is the newly developed extendable lower cabinet shelving system.