What Are You Doing This Year to Add to the Value of Your Current Home?

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If you are old enough, you might remember the popular 1960s cartoon that featured The Jetson’s, the futuristic family that had all kinds of gizmos and gadgets in their lives. And while it has taken several decades since that catchy Saturday morning cartoon song encouraged us to meet the mom, dad, and kids, our own real homes are now starting to look like that animated space house where the Jetson’s lived.

From technologies that make our lives easier to those that can help save both money and the planet, today’s home owners are can now chose from a wide menu of choices. Many people have already embraced the motion activated video doorbell trend, which allows them to both see and speak to front door visitors, even when home owners are away.

Whether you re looking at indoor, technological improvements or you are considering high quality custom sheds for the backyard, there are plenty of ways that property owners can add to the value of their home. And while it often takes a substantial invest meant to make the biggest and best smart house upgrades and to afford the best custom sheds, many of these changes will actually add to the overall return on investment (ROI) that property owners will see should they decide to sell

Jetson Like Technology and Custom Amish Sheds Continue to Both be Popular for Home Owners

Interestingly enough, at the same time that many property owners are making their homes smarter, these same people are also looking at the tried and true improvement of also adding more storage and gather spaces. From creating new dining spaces in an outdoor gazebo to making sure that you are able to use the most innovative technology to keep your home safe, there are many products on the market that might interest you. And while there are many people who lean toward the latest technologies, there are just as many who want to address the age old issue of storage and space management.

Perhaps it is because of these reasons why so many people find themselves adding new smart house technology to their homes at the same time that they are considering the addition of custom sheds. Just as high quality wood furniture should last for at least 10 to 15 years, anyone who is making a change to their home wants to know that the upgrades and additions they are making will have lasting value as well. Even though the average U.S. sofa is just six years old, we all know that there are some families who will hold on to what they have out of convenience, tradition, or because of finances, we also know that there are other families who are always looking for a way to make sure that they have the latest gadgets and gizmos.

In the backyard, some of the newest rends include taking traditionally designed custom sheds and transforming them into Man Caves and She Sheds. These traditionally built quality outdoor structures take on new and expanding roles in the lives that so many of us lead. Likewise, a refrigerator that does far more than just store your produce and cold and frozen goods has now taken on many other roles as well. From monitoring the lists of items that you need to pick up on the next trip to the grocery store to being able to play your favorite song and answer questions about new recipes, there are many smart appliances that are now taking over the roles that our phones and laptops have played in the past.

The longevity of some of these additions, however, is worth noticing. For instance, while we may wish that the new custom sheds that we are considering would last longer than the traditional expectations that a wooden shed should last at least 15 to 20 years, few of us think that the technology that we purchase today will still be viable in a decade and a half. For this reason, it is always important to understand all of the caveats and limitations of the investments that we make in our homes. Experts predict that more home buyers will want a smart home in the future, but those additions need to be balanced with costs.