When it comes to adding value to your home, both a deck and a patio offer impressive resale value. Patios tend to be less expensive to install and their resale value is 100%, slightly higher than the 76% of the resale value of a deck. Generally speaking, a deck will add more value to your home than a patio. Roofs average between 65 and 85% ROI (return on Investment), while patios average between 50 and 70%.However, there are many different factors that determine the value of the deck and patio, including materials, size, maintenance, style and features.
In addition, the final value of any home improvement project will be determined in part by the real estate market and the area in which you live. You may already have a patio or deck in your garden, but how you actually install them can be important to homebuyers and increase the value of your home. Both decks and patios add value to your home, but decks have a better return on investment or ROI. With patios, you get back up to 50% of your investment when you sell your house, but with a deck, you'll recover up to 70% of its value. Therefore, if you are upgrading your home with a view to selling it, a deck is the best option. When deciding between a deck or patio for your home improvement project, consider the cost of materials and installation as well as the size of the area you are working with.
Additionally, think about how much maintenance each option requires and how much time you are willing to spend on upkeep. Finally, consider the features that will make your outdoor space more attractive to potential buyers.