He has an apron on. And is proudly cooking a skillet full of somethingon high. Touched by the gesture, you dont comment on the smattering of grease spurting onto your backsplash, or the fact that hes clearly forgotten how to use a cutting board or close the fridge door. Smells like stroganoff with a side of apology. Honey, Im sorry I overreacted the other night when you suggested we invest our savings in a new kitchen, he says. With one raised eyebrow you listen, not quite sure where this is going. Ive figured out how you can get your new kitchen and I can get my new camper.
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Give your home a face-lift by remodeling bath, kitchen
If your decision is based solely on the bottom line, you won’t want to invest in a full remodel because it won’t add as much value to your home as you will spend. According to industry research, Coombs said, these projects bring back between 50 to 60 cents for every dollar spent, on average. The benefit is that remodeling can help you sell your house faster. “The research is not saying you will get all of your money back, but, it definitely adds appeal to a prospective buyer,” Coombs said. The kitchen To give a kitchen an inexpensive face-lift, Coombs said to consider replacing countertops only.
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