Whether you are renovating or remodelling your home, it can be much cheaper to plan every element of your home’s transformation rather than not having any idea at all. Furthermore, renovating will increase the house price of your property. Here are the three best ways to increase this:
A loft conversion requires a lot of planning and preparation, however when done correctly, it can really help your property value. Undertaking a loft conversion or extension can increase your properties value by over 20%.
Therefore, regardless of it costing upwards of £20,000, it is an investment that you will eventually profit from. Assuming you have checked with a builder or architect that your loft is suitable for a conversion, planning is integral to keeping the cost down.
For example, knowing the head height, roof type and conversion type (Dormer, Roof light etc) will save time and money.
Kitchen extensions are another great way to add value to your home. It’s considered one of the most important rooms in a property for all families.
It is both exciting and daunting as they can cost upwards of £25,000 (including the addition of new appliances). The most popular kitchen re-structure is transforming your small and restricted kitchen to open-plan.
Adding an extra bathroom is another proven way of increasing your properties value, £10,000 to be specific. This could come in the form of an en suite or an entirely new bathroom but either way it will enhance your lifestyle.