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2017-12-07 By Admin
With Christmas fast approaching, it's probably time for a total attic cleanout and reorganization. Of course, this isn't something most people relish but it's got to finally be done. After all, there's a lot of usable storage space and it's worthwhile to recapture it. Of course, if you're considering an attic conversion, this is the first step of the process.
The biggest obstacle to an attic conversion isn't necessarily the space or the time and effort. It really has to do more with its resale prowess. Generally an attic conversion fetches a decent return on investment or ROI of 61 percent. But, it's personal satisfaction rate is sky high. In other words, it's not about the actual return on investment but the personal use and satisfaction the homeowner gets out of it.
No one ever said getting rid of clutter is easy. It takes time, effort, and sometimes an emotional toll. Sentimental clutter often can be the most difficult to part with during the organizing process. The attic, basement, and garage can be major clutter traps in anyone’s home. It takes quite a bit of effort to trim down what has accumulated in those areas over the years. One also must make a conscious effort to keep them uncluttered after an initial cleaning has taken place. --Unclutterer.com
But, when is an attic conversion smart and when it is a bad idea? Simply put, if you're staying in the house for about five years or more, it's probably a decent investment. Moreover, if you do transform it into climate controlled, usable and functional space, it serves as a selling feature. At the very least, it will serve as a great space for a myriad of uses. It could act as a bedroom, office, entertainment space, or play area.
Even if you don't plan to convert your attic, you still need the extra space. That means getting the most out of your efforts so it isn't a waste of time. Here are the top attic cleanout tips you can use before Christmas arrives:
If you need to schedule an attic cleanout, just phone us at 800-433-1094 or visit Pro Junk Dispatch.
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