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Why You Should Consider Renovating Your Outdoor Space

Why You Should Consider Renovating Your Outdoor Space

Undertaking new outdoor living space projects yield two big returns: more family time and a hefty return on investment. Hardscapes built with quality materials by our experienced contractor team in the Mt. Juliet, TN area hold-up against time and weather, leaving you with a valuable addition to your home that pays for itself.

Aside from the obvious, there are several reasons why you should consider renovating your outdoor space, including high ROI, improved curb appeal, and much more.


New Outdoor Living Spaces Are a Worthy Investment with a High Average ROI

Studies have shown that quality-built outdoor living spaces provide a respectable ROI, especially when they are constructed with sturdy materials and installed by experienced professionals. The average return on investment varies depending upon the size and the specifics of the project.

According to Supermoney.com, the average ROI for new hardscaping projects is between 20% - 30%.

We specialize in high-end projects, which lead to higher than average ROIs. For example, our fully customized outdoor kitchens typically include durable, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops which hold more intrinsic value than those with lower-tiered built-in equipment and materials.

Many clients request amenities like dishwashers, bar areas, custom fire pits, and LED lighting products, which also boost investment returns. Our patios are generally constructed with attractive concrete pavers, stone,...

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