Spring is the perfect time to refresh your home’s curbside appeal. Why invest the money? You’ll enjoy your home more while preserving or increasing its value. New siding, windows or a roof may also improve insulation and lower your energy bills for years to come.
Know Your Numbers
Start by finding out the potential cost for residing your home, new windows or roof or enclosing a porch. Specific numbers will guide your financing options—whether you have savings available or need to access short-term or long-term credit.
While most tap into their savings for renovations, others may prefer a Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit, or personal loan. A credit card with a cash back feature could be appealing too. Consult your accountant or financial advisor or explore popular loan shopping sites such as FinanceMyProject.com.
Work with Your Contractor
Your contractor should provide a reasonable payment schedule to keep within your budget. At O.C. Taylor, for example, we might request a down payment of 10 percent at contract signing, 40 percent at material delivery and the remainder upon completion. Doing your project in phases can also help.
Get Started Today
So, how much will your project cost? O.C. Taylor will provide a free, no-obligation estimate and help identify where savings can be figured in. We have more than two decades of experience in home building and look forward to answering your questions.
Call or text us today at 919-714-2200.