07 Oct 2016

9 Easy Things To Add Value To Your Home

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4 Ways to Quickly Update Your Kitchen or Bathroom

  • Replace old faucets for a quick and cost effective way to make a big impact on the look and feel of your kitchen or bath.
  • Upgrading old fixtures in your home with more modern faucets, handles, showerheads and even toilets and bathtubs can make a room more inviting for you and your family.
  • And new plumbing fixtures are often much more efficient than their older versions and they often add value to your home.
  • Consider adding low-flow aerators to your kitchen and bathroom fixtures for a simple way to go ‘green’ in your home.  An aerator is a small device that attaches to the head of your faucet that adjusts the flow of your water without affecting the pressure.
  • Install low flow showerheads to achieve an upgraded look in your bath, save money on your utilities and reduce the amount of water you consume all with a single update.
  • Low-flow showerheads function much like an aerator and allow you to adjust the rate of water flow in your shower without sacrificing water pressure.
  • Install an energy efficient toilet to have an even greater impact on your utility bills and water consumption.
  • A toilet that is 20 years old uses about 5 gallons to flush while a toilet that is less than seven years old uses less than 3.5.  A brand new model will often use only 1.5, and will potentially save you a lot of money.
  • Shane Judd, a product manager at Kohler Co. notes, “People don’t think about how much water they flush in their toilet.  When you tell somebody that 25% of the water that’s consumed for indoor use is flushed down the toilet, they start to connect the dots.”

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