As a Tennessee homeowner, you undoubtedly have a mental or written list of projects improvements that you would like to have done to your home. It might include things like painting, cleaning out the garage, working on the landscaping, replacing a broken tile in the bathroom, and the list goes on and on. For each type of home improvement you take on, you probably evaluate whether it will make enough of a difference in your lifestyle or your home itself to make it worthwhile.
When it comes to custom closets, there are a lot of both tangible and intangible benefits that you might currently be missing out on. If you’re considering having customized storage systems installed in the various areas of your home, it’s important to gauge whether or not the expenditure is really “worth it.” Closets are, by their very nature, kept behind closed doors, so putting in a custom closet system is less visible than, say, replacing your kitchen counters or installing new carpet.
We’ve put together some factors that you might want to consider regarding the tangible, intangible, and financial benefits that go along with custom closets. Read through and see if they will apply to your situation, then contact Klutter Killerz to learn more and to schedule an in-home consultation for more information and a free design.
When Klutter Killerz comes into your home to talk to you about having custom closets installed, the closet designer will create a storage system that is right for the types of items you want or need to store in any given area. The benefits don’t stop at simply having a place to put items away, however! Here are some more advantages that you will actually be able to see and experience.
There are a lot of benefits that you will see when you have custom closets put into the various rooms of your home. What about those intangible changes that you can only really feel? Don’t forget about these important benefits:
Finally, you might not realize it, but there are financial benefits to having custom closets installed in your home. The first is that you will be replacing items due to loss and damage less often. These expenditures can really add up over time, particularly when you have several closets in disarray.
Another way that custom closets can provide a financial benefit will come if and when you put your home on the market. This type of home renovation can lead to a quicker sale and might even get you top dollar. There are a few reasons for this. The first is that buyers often like to see extra storage space, and, put simply, custom closets fit the bill. The second is that buyers like to see that maintenance has been done. While storage systems are not routine maintenance, the assumption is generally that if a homeowner has put in improvements, they probably also kept up with less glamorous maintenance as part of the pride of homeownership. Finally, custom closets will give you a place to store boxes and personal belongings when you pack, keeping these items out of the more public areas of the home and making a better impression.
If you are ready to begin exploring whether custom closets are worth it for you, contact Klutter Killerz for your free design and consultation appointment in Tennessee. There is no risk, and the only thing you can lose is your clutter, so contact us today.
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