Whether you’re looking to sell your property soon or simply want to make some improvements for later down the line, there are several projects you can undertake to add value to your home and create a more enjoyable space to live in.
Firstly, remodelling kitchens and bathrooms is a great place to start. This can be costly, but having an up-to-date, modernised kitchen and bathroom with top-of-the-range appliances can really boost value.
You don’t have to dive headfirst into these renovations. You can make small changes over time instead of tackling the entire room at once. Take it step by step and change the counters, cupboards, cabinets and hardware first.
After you have given it a facelift, you can then think about replacing old appliances, investing in new sinks, cookers, bathtubs and showers and consider replacing flooring or retiling the walls.
Another way to add value to your home is by remodelling and upgrading your loft space or basement. This increases the livable space within your home and can even give you the room to add additional bedrooms, living rooms and bathrooms. This can increase value and create a larger home for yourself and your family.
Installing underfloor heating is another great way to add value to your home. It is a popular way to heat the home and may make your property more attractive to potential buyers.
It can also be more cost-effective for yourself in the meantime and can give you more room in your home as it eradicates the need for heaters and radiators which often get in the way and limit layout options.
Underfloor heating is seen as a more luxurious, modern way to heat the home which can help bring your property up to speed with current times and boost the market value as well.
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