HGTV's Rock The Block Reaffirms The Part Of A Home That Will Always Add Value

After spending thousands of dollars renovating a home, you would hope by the end of it, you've increased its value. Luckily, there are a plethora of ways to do this, such as introducing new finishes, improving the properties' energy efficiency, updating the landscape, and giving the kitchen and bathrooms a new look. However, contestants on "Rock the Block," Page Turner and Mitch Glew, have revealed a specific renovation method that is sure to add value to any residential project, per

Glew and Turner are co-hosts of "Fix My Flip," a renovation series that helps those unable to continue the process of flipping a home successfully complete their remodel. As a real estate broker and contractor duo, they have a vast knowledge of what it takes to create a desirable home for the market. So, if you're currently stuck on how to proceed with your renovation plan, check out the method Turner and Glew swear by.

More bathrooms!

Have you ever walked through your home and felt like one of the rooms seemed redundant? Well, Page Turner and Mitch Glew found this to be the case while in search of a new location for a powder room. "This is the laundry room ... This thing is huge!" Turner exclaimed (via Discovery+). "And we already have a laundry room in the mudroom, so we can really make this a full bath for the rest of the secondary bedrooms up here."

However, they found that a full bath wasn't feasible during the renovation process. "It's a lot of space to handle," Glew said, per "Tiling, plumbing, and the electrical — we don't have the time to add a full bath." So, they decided to create a half bath instead, which only consists of a sink and toilet. "As house flippers, we know that even a half-bath shows up on an appraisal," Turner explained. So, it seems that adding any sort of bathroom to your home will surely increase its value, which is especially useful for those with a limited budget and timeline.