Quick Checklist: The Most Important Renovations You’ll Never See

<span>Quick Checklist:</span> The Most Important Renovations You’ll Never See
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    Many people concentrate on renovations that improve the look of their home, such as new flooring, new siding and kitchen and bath upgrades.

    But there are many valuable renovations you can make to the guts of your home that never see the light of day.


Here are some of the most important renovations that you will never see.

  • Plumbing

    Renovations to your plumbing system can be among the most important ones to your home that you make, even though you likely won’t ever see them. Pipes can become damaged over time and can corrode, which can affect the quality of your water. Replacing your pipes and sewer lines can help ensure you don’t have any serious plumbing problems.

    According to the experts at A Bailey Plumbing, the only sign of a leak in your home might be a high water bill. Leaks can lead to damage deep within your home that isn’t immediately noticeable.

    How to Find a Water Leak – All American leak detection DIY tips:

  • Electrical

    Another important upgrade to you home that isn’t readily apparent is electrical upgrades. Old wiring in your home that is not up to current building codes not only can struggle to handle the load from today’s electronic devices, but it also could be a fire hazard. Updating the electrical wiring and other apparatus in your home will make it safer and also could appeal to buyers if you decide to sell.

  • HVAC

    Keeping your heating and cooling systems in top shape is one of the best things you can do for your home, but any renovations you do are not something anyone is going to see. Installing a high-efficiency furnace can save you a significant amount of money on your heating bills. Another renovation to consider is replacing your duct work. Not only will it increase your HVAC system’s efficiency, but it also can improve your home’s air quality, which can lead to better health for you and your children.

  • Insulation

    Adding insulation is one of the most cost-efficient improvements you can make to your home, and it’s one renovation that neither you nor your guests will ever see. Adding insulation to your attic, basement and exterior walls can reduce both your heating and cooling costs, and it can cost as little as a few hundred dollars, depending on the size of your home and how much insulation you need.

    As this list shows, not all renovations have to be things that improve the look of your home. Behind-the-scenes renovations that improve the safety and efficiency of your home can be just as valuable as those that make it look better.

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