- May 8, 2019
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- Angel Fire, Curb Appeal & Staging, Decorating, Home Maintenance, Home Upgrades, Sellers, Tips
If you’re thinking of replacing old worn vinyl beadboard on your porch ceiling in Angel Fire, keep in mind that these are less preferred by today’s homebuyers than other options. There are a number of reasons why today’s homebuyers prefer fiber cement or even reclaimed wood over vinyl beadboard. Here are just some of the reasons vinyl is not the preferred material for porch ceilings anymore.
- Vinyl isn’t sustainable.
- Vinyl requires a lot of processing.
- There are more durable options than vinyl.
- Vinyl cracks from impacts.
- Vinyl can warp from weather changes.
- Vinyl beadboard is very thin, allowing for less texture.
- Vinyl beadboard isn’t the best option against fire.
- Vinyl doesn’t really look like real wood.
Today’s homebuyers are typically more inclined to be concerned with whether a material in ecologically friendly and made from sustainable sources. They are willing to pay more for these greener building materials. Does that mean that you should though? It’s a tough call. Many buyers will realize the investment you made, but if they don’t, it’s easy to explain the quality of your recent upgrade.
If you’re contemplating making upgrades to your Angel Fire or Taos home before listing it, it’s smart to come to talk with us or get the advice of a professional stager to see what kind of investment you should make to see the highest ROI.
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