Landscaping, Outdoor Residential Furnaces, and Other Home Improvement Projects

Residential furnace

Whether you have a short or a long list of home improvements you’d like to make, improving your curb appeal may be at the top of your list. When you complete your lawn beautification and landscaping projects, just imagine how much more you’ll enjoy being outside in the warmer weather.

A recent Harris Poll survey for the National Association of Landscape Professionals was conducted with 2,034 adults 18 and older. The results showed that 75% of people in the United States feel spending time outside in their yards is important. The survey also showed that 83% of the participants think it’s important to have a yard, and 90% of the participants with a yard believe it’s important to keep it well-maintained.

When you improve your landscaping, it can also increase the value of your home. Real estate agents will tell you that landscaping is at the top of their home improvement recommendations list. If you’re planning to sell your house, you can potentially receive a 215% return on your investment by creating a beautiful landscape.

Overall, landscaping may raise your home’s resale value by 14%. Furthermore, when you spend just a small portion of your home’s value on landscaping, it can make a significant difference. Even as little as 5% can bring you a 150% return on this investment. If you already have a beautiful lawn, you could add shrubbery, plant beds, and shade trees to further enhance your curb appeal.

Another home improvement project that you may be interested in is an outdoor residential furnace. These outdoor wood burning furnaces are a cost-effective heating source. Furthermore, when you have access to free wood, you won’t have to pay for heating any longer.

It’s possible that you can save between $10,000 to $50,000 or more on heating costs over a 10-year period. These furnaces can also be used to provide heating for businesses.

When surveyed, residential furnace owners stated that these furnaces used 25% to 70% less wood than traditional wood-burning furnaces. Furthermore, they also provided more efficient heating than other types of heating sources, including those with other fuel sources such as propane.

In addition to landscaping and installing a residential furnace, you may be thinking about other home improvements. You could, for example, create a comfortable outdoor entertainment area with a new patio or deck.

Once you’ve cross all of the home improvement projects off of your list, you’ll be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy all that you’ve accomplished. If you’re planning to sell your house, these improvements will make a difference in the overall sale price.

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