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Increase the Value of Your Home by Updating the Stairs

Posted by Amber Burkhart at

If your home doesn’t make a great first impression, odds are there won’t be a second look. So, if you are trying to sell your home, you want to impress prospective buyers and make them want to buy your home.

Most homeowners find themselves investing in their home to make it more appealing to potential buyers; this includes updating their main staircase. This may seem like an unnecessary update, but stairs play a vital role in home function and décor. If you invest in a renovated staircase, you may be able to increase your asking price and actually cover the costs of the renovation.

Although you will want to amaze shoppers, taking it over the top isn’t the answer. Keep the renovation simple. Choosing a grand design or customizing your staircase making it too personal, will actually minimize the appeal. Consider popular trends and what you generally see in most homes. When in doubt, stick to traditional as it is easy to build off of the design and is most universally pleasing.

Stairpartsusa.com has a great selection of stair parts and you are sure to find what you need. If you are looking for a professional’s opinion, we can help. As stair part suppliers and manufacturers, we follow design trends and can inform you of the most popular styles today. We can also help you decide what parts are important to replace and the easiest ways to quickly update your staircase.

Leaving your staircase unstained may seem like a radical nonsense idea, but it actually allows for the future homeowners to customize their investment. But pay attention to feedback. If prospective buyers just don’t see the potential and complain about the “unfinished” stairs, then staining them may be the way to go.


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