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Home Improvement Services and Contractors in Anthony, Florida

Below is a list of all home improvement contractors located in  Anthony, FL. To narrow down your search, click on the "Specialty" links below. We have over 40 different categories to choose from. For example, click on contractors to see a list of all home improvement companies. For contact information, click on the "Contact Info" link beside the company name.

Home Improvements That Will Help Sell Your House

If you would like to sell your home quickly and for top dollar, there are some lesser known words that match the importance of the famous real estate phrase "location, location, location." Those important words are "Curb Appeal".

The saying - you don't get a second chance to make a first impression is important. When people drive up to your house, you want them to immediately think - this home has been well maintained and cared for.

Curb appeal gets buyers through the front door, but sellers need to take other steps. The strategy can vary of course by neighborhood and market conditions but there are ways to make your house appeal to the maximum number of buyers.

Continue reading more about improvements that will help sell your home...





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Aire Masters Heating And Air Conditioning, 3990 Ne 86th Ln, Anthony FL Contact Info    
All Temp Of Ocala, 5155 Ne 136th Pl, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Broaderick Heating & Air Conditioning, 9401 Ne 21st Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Home Air, 4495 Ne 139th Ln, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Hott Sun Air Conditioning & Heating, 3760 Ne 92nd Pl, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Keep It Cool Ocala, 9030 Ne Jacksonville Rd, Anthony FL Contact Info    
A C Richardson Concrete Mas Company, 10490 Ne 29th Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Age To Perfection Renovations, 9535 Ne 38th Ter, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Atlantic Southern, 9380 Ne 38th Ter, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Brimmage Construction, 13380 Ne 52nd Ct, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Chris Sherouse Building & Remodeling, Po Box 443, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Clarence R Weddington, Po Box 205, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Fairbanks Construction, 9535 Ne 38th Ter, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Mike J Helms Construction, Po Box 970, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Robert Budden Residential Contractor, 3655 Ne 138th Pl, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Universal Home Exteriors, 1691 Ne 95th St, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Wilmot Construction, 13050 Ne 38th Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Amp Electric Of Central Florida, 4640 Ne 97th Street Rd, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Hurricane Electric Company, 13095 Ne 44th Ct, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Mike J. Helms Construction, 3750 Ne 95th St, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Pennys Electrical Service, 13051 Ne 38th Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Stanley Electric Service, 2900 Ne 98th Ln, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Jwj, 4965 Ne 132nd Pl, Anthony FL Contact Info    
John A Foster & Son Plumbing, 10590 Ne 29th Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Noel Glattli Plumbing, 9293 Ne 38th Ter, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Rda Plumbing, 2228 Ne 98th St, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Rick Smith Plumbing, 3295 Ne 135th St, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Allbrite Pool Services, Po Box 284, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Fiesta Pools Of Ocala, 13310 Ne 33rd Ave, Anthony FL Contact Info    
All City Roofing, 3015 Ne 99th St, Anthony FL Contact Info    
Boresite Construction, 4965 Ne 132nd Pl, Anthony FL Contact Info    
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When making improvements to sell your home, you don't want to spend money that you won't get back. If there are house flippers in your neighborhood, check out what they have done with the homes. Compare the sales prices of homes with older kitchens to homes with updated kitchens. If you see about a $50,000 difference, then a $25,000 remodel is probably a good investment. If homes with older kitchens are still getting around the same price as those with renovated ones, then save your money. Sometimes, is just depends on how hot the market is.

Since every dollar counts, hold off on pet projects and only devote your time and money to renovations that'll bring you a return. If you’re looking to sell, do not do the improvements that you’ve always wanted to do. If, like most sellers, you have a limited budget, here are many home improvements you can make to sell your house for top dollar.

Improve your landscape: Put down fresh sod, re-mulch, replace old bushes with new ones and add some color, either with flower beds or potted flowers. Even just a little bit goes a long way.

Spruce up your entranceway: Buy a new front door or paint the old one. If your house number and mailbox look worn, buy and install new ones.

Change light fixtures and plumbing fixtures: Gold light fixtures are long outdated, and brass is less popular than brushed nickel. Replacing outdated ceiling fixtures and bathroom faucets can give your home a more modern touch for a minimal amount of money.

Define any spaces that may confuse buyers: If you have an odd alcove, add a desk or a dresser – something that will suggest how the space could be used. Many homes have some funky or dysfunctional things that can be easily corrected. Don’t keep buyers guessing.

Do some partial renovations: Rather than gutting an old bathroom, for example, consider refacing the existing tub, getting a new vanity and mirror. In the kitchen, keep the old cabinets but replace the countertops and the hardware.

Remove window treatments, unless they are current and high end: That cuts the risk of turning off would be buyers who don’t share your taste. Uncovered windows also let more light into the rooms. You can never outguess buyers on window coverings. Once you’ve got a contract, you can always offer buyers the ones you took down.

Return rooms to their original uses: If you’re using your dining room as an office, turn it back into a dining room. If your third bedroom is an office, turn it back into a bedroom. You can, however, display a photo of the room’s other potential use.

Replace dirty or worn carpet: You might try cleaning it first, but dirty carpet is always a turnoff for buyers. In some markets, you’re better off removing the carpet if there are hardwood floors underneath.

Depersonalize: That means packing away family photos and taking the children’s drawings (and everything else) off the refrigerator. You want a new family to envision themselves living in the home.

Clean thoroughly: Do a deep cleaning before you put your home on the market so everything shines. Be sure to wash the windows.

Paint: Your daughter may love her purple room, but a prospective buyer probably won’t. Repaint all rooms in neutral colors. A fresh coat of paint also makes the house look newer and more modern.