We all have heard that landscaping has a great return on investment. But how much can you expect to receive from your investment when you work on your landscape. And what tasks are worth the most? Let’s dive in and take a look.
It’s hard to come up with a fixed number, but your landscaping can ad up to 14% to the value of your home. But it’s not just about the value of your home. A tidy landscape can also improve the curb appeal of your home, which may make it more likely to sell.
According to this infographic, spending as little as 5% of your home's value on low-maintenance landscaping can result in a 15% increase in your home’s resale value. This means the total ROI of your landscaping is 150%.
Yes. Did you know that properly placing your landscaping can help you reduce your heating and cooling costs by as much as 20%? In the summer full-grown trees can shade your home. Furthermore, vegetation reduces heat too. In fact, just the front lawn of 8 homes can provide the cooling effect of 70 tons of AC.
A mature tree can be worth between $1,000 and $10,000. Depending on the tree's placement, the species of the tree, and the region of the country you live in. Trees can also help clean up the air by drawing in Co2 and cutting down on dust, smoke, and other pollutants in the air.
Your Green Pal's infographic, "The Return of Investment on Landscaping," highlights the significant financial benefits of landscaping. Landscaping can boost your home's value by up to 14%, enhancing curb appeal and increasing sale likelihood. Investing just 5% of your home's value in low-maintenance landscaping can yield a 150% return on investment.
Strategically placed landscaping not only beautifies but also saves up to 20% on energy bills by providing shade in summer and reducing heat. Mature trees, in particular, are valuable assets, worth between $1,000 and $10,000, depending on factors like placement, species, and region. They also contribute to air purification by absorbing CO2 and reducing pollutants.
This infographic was created by Alberta Arborists, check them out for more great tree care info. Until next time, be sure to check out our other lawn care and landscaping infographics, and share this one on your social media.
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