If the current economy has put the squeeze on your budget or any remodeling plans, you may be able to add some color or flair to a room with a new area rug. Area rugs are enjoying renewed popularity for floor coverings this year, and they can add a nice touch without redoing an entire room.
In short, the answer is “yes.” Replacing your old flooring before selling will not only improve the look of your home, but will also increase its resale value.
Realtor.com estimates the return on investment to be 70 to 80% for installing hardwood floors, and suggests that wood floors can boost the sales price of your home as much as 2.5%.
Another survey shows that 54% of home buyers are willing to pay more for hardwood floors when buying a house, adding more than $2,000 to the average sales price of the home.
“Bryan & Jenise took time with us, no rushing. Bryan helped pick the right color and type of carpet. Jenise was very helpful as well. Tom our installer was very detail oriented and very quick & efficient. Definitely knew what he was doing. Thank you! We would definitely refer others. Customer for life! Thank you! We will be back! Happy New Year!”
– Frank & Tonya, Hershey, PA
“Bryan has always been helpful, friendly, and very timely in getting back to me on questions or info on our rug purchase & blinds. Our installer Ed was very efficient, fast, and very concerned about clean-up in the area and gave tips on keeping dust/static off of the blinds. I would highly recommend Elizabethtown Flooring and the whole team. Jenise has been helpful also – my friends have already seen the great results.”
“Bryan was very helpful & kind. Our installer Marc we liked very much he did a wonderful job! Our overall experience with E-Town Flooring was very good we would use them again.”
– Ivan & Sharon, Mount Joy, PA (5/16/2014)
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