If you’re looking for ways to improve your home without putting yourself out of pocket, then you have come to the right place. All of the ideas listed below are considered affordable in the property development world, but the most important bit, is finding what ones add the most value to a property.
Turn your ideas into a reality with an extensions
There are various types of extensions, including double storey, garage and loft extensions. The cost of an extension does depend on the type and style you want, therefore affecting the amount added to your property value. See more.
An extension that has been completed to a high standard with extra good sized rooms can be a major selling point and you can enjoy it for many years after. Typically, an extension can add around 10% to the overall value. Find out more from Orchestrate.
Start building your dream kitchen
A kitchen is often to the focal point in any home and resembles the owners taste, personality and style. When selling a property, the kitchen is the first thing that the buyer will look into to replace so if you already have a kitchen that is aesthetically appealing, spacious and inviting, then they may be willing to pay more for the house. Click here.
Latest changes to kitchen improvements include open plan living with the kitchen, dining and living room space. This is seen as modern, connecting and natural. On average, it costs around £6,000 for a new kitchen, but can add 6% onto the value.
Adding style & safety to your kitchen
The risk of fire is possible in any building, and is even more likely in a kitchen. A way to get around this is by having an access hatch roof light installed. Electronic opening rooflights are used to aid smoke clearance. In addition to this, this style of rooflight gives you instant access to your roof area. Continue reading.