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Add Value To Your Home

For the last several years, due to the recent changes in the economic climate, many of us have been staying fixed rather than moving house, even if we feel the need too. As house prices have been largely static, and people have uncertainty over their incomes and the security of their trade, it’s been far more rational to make the most of your current home, rather than risk spending thousands of pounds on a home move.

Add Value To Home

So, in light of this circumstance, several of us have been making serious renovations to our current homes. We’ve been seeking to add value too, which is possible, by developing and extending on what we already have. There are several ways to improve your current home, styling aside, and here are a few of the most popular ways to add value.

Loft Conversion:

If you need an additional bedroom in your home, look at the chance of converting your loft space. If you have the right height, you may be able to transform it into a bedroom, and even add in an en-suite. Given the funds, this is a fabulous project that adds value to your house and makes it a lot more appealing to buyers. Source a reputable architect, and ensure they are productive with space. You may even be able to fit two smaller bedrooms up there.

Add an Extension:

In this day of open plan design, creating a space where you can cook, eat and relax couldn't be more popular. Attaching an extension to the rear of your home, with bifold doors out onto the backyard will not only provide you and your family an incredible home, but it will increase its value and give it huge buyer appeal if you ended up selling.

Kitchen/Bathroom Remodelling:

There’s nothing like a dull kitchen or a brightly coloured bathroom suite to turn away potential buyers. Ensuring you keep both of these places in top condition is a necessity. They can be pricey but will add serious value to your home, or at least guarantee that buyers don’t haggle on the price should you end up selling.

Conservatory:

Many of us have room at the back of the house to build another downstairs room by adding a conservatory. They can be comparatively inexpensive if you find the right builder, adding a modern or contemporary touch will give your house a definite wow factor. A conservatory is a great way to make use of dead space.

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