Sacramento, California (PressExposure) May 23, 2012 -- Yancey Company - As rental fees soar throughout the United States and demands for renovation increase, a local home improvement contractor of 72 years decides to keep its prices friendly.
At below $18,000, our kitchen remodeling package is one of the lowest in the land, Yancey Company beamed. The amount covers new countertops and cabinets.
"We have kept the same prices as our 70th anniversary promo and we have an easy installment credit scheme for homeowners who want a remodel but cannot pay the full amount in one go," the contractor added
Current national averages indicate that a midrange remodel costs at least $19,500 and an upscale makeover at least $110,000.
Median figures in Sacramento are typically higher by $2,000 for the mid-end projects and $10,000 more for high-end remodels.
Renovation payouts and returns of investment
To the average homeowner, the latter can be a splurge, and analysts agree that in today's still volatile economy, making a huge investment in one home improvement project does not necessarily guarantee higher returns during a resale.
In fact, a family that manages to recoup 100% of renovation expenses may well be a rare find, experts said.
The Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report for 2011--2012 established that at 75%, a minor remodel promises better returns than a major make-over's 63%.
Yancey Company said it was not surprised to read the report. Even in its budding years, the Sacramento kitchen remodeling professional was already known for pursuing both large and small projects with the same dedication.
When it improved its Service Magic approval rating from 4.63 to 4.68 out of 5.00 in the first quarter, the company received the most positive feedback from clients who were happy with three things:
* the willingness to take on small renovations
* the readiness to accept credit card payments
* the ability to offer accurate quotes and choices for free
Minor renovations that can complete a kitchen
"Our initial quote already covers for a full remodel," disclosed Yancey Company. It hinted that "minor" renovations may be enough to completely change how a kitchen looks.
Some of the available options include:
* replacing sinks, countertops, and lighting fixtures
* adding cabinets or other storage solutions
* repainting the walls to change color themes
* embellishing the current look with a few accessories
* switching timelines by substituting outdated appliances with greener alternatives
Interested parties may contact the customer help line for details, chat with the online support desk, or fill out the web form.
The remodel is available for viewing in the company's 3,000 sq. ft. showroom at Alpine Avenue.