Increase Your Property Value

Adding to Your Property for Investment or Resale

 

Want to know how to add value to your home? Our homes are an investment so, when it comes to property value, the question ‘how much my house worth is?’ is one of the most frequently asked.

So, whether you’re thinking of selling up or just wanting to add value to your home long term by investing in it now, here are some of the most popular ways to increase your properties value or just give your home the makeover it deserves.

Bespoke Furniture

 

When looking to add value to your home, think about investing in handmade furniture. With handmade furniture, you can tailor it to meet your exact requirements, allowing you to have total control over the look of the piece and the functionality of your furniture. As the process goes on you can refine and change your designs to get the aesthetic look and functionality you require.

When opting for bespoke furniture it allows you to choose the exact measurement, design, fabric, and finish of their sofa or chairs. Chairs can be built with different measurements for ultimate comfort whatever your height, or different fillings for those who prefer a firmer or softer cushion. There are many fabrics as well which you can choose from which include plaids, checks, stripes, greys to bold pinks and greens.

With bespoke furniture, you can apply your very own designs to a piece of furniture to complement or match your existing ranges of furniture or your room’s design perfectly.

New Driveway Installation

 

When it comes to the front of your home and your driveway, this can be a great way to add value to your property. By investing in a new driveway this will have a number of benefits, especially when it comes to adding value to your property. Having a new driveway added to the front of your home will also provide a great first impression, especially when it comes to people’s first look at your property. By undergoing the correct maintenance for your driveway, this will ensure it is kept in tip-top condition.

New Roof

 

Whilst installing a new roof can be expensive, the benefits you’ll get from it will outweigh the initial price you paid. A new roof will help to protect your home from cold, dirt snow, wind, rain, and potential dangers or risks. It will also help your home to look better, making your outdoor space even better and a place where you will want to spend a lot of time. Overall this will help to add value to the worth of your home, especially if you look after your roof so it stays in tip-top condition.

New Kitchen Installation

 

The kitchen area is one of the most used and important rooms in your house, from cooking, to eating family meals, to other activities, for the majority of people, kitchens are the hub of the home. Having a new kitchen installation will help to upgrade your appliances, units, and flooring, as well as much more. By keeping up to date with technology in your kitchen this will make it a lot more desirable. Instead of a full kitchen installation, you could always just refresh the units or replace the worktops, it won’t cost near enough as a full installation, but will still give the effect of an upgraded kitchen.

 

New Bathroom

 

Again, the bathroom is another important room in any household as it’s used multiple times on a daily basis. Having your bathroom refurbished is another great way to improve the value of your home, having a brand-new suite installed, as well as your plumbing work serviced and checked means that you’ll know that everything is in working order. This makes your property much more attractive and efficient. Another way to do this at a lower cost is to add new accessories in your bathroom, it will still give the effect of an updated service.

New Windows & Doors

 

Double-glazing is now considered essential by many buyers and adding it will increase the value of your property. Of course, if you are renovating a period property, you will need to be sensitive to the style of the house or you could end up decreasing its value!

Where old windows need replacing, they should be replaced like-for-like although it will be necessary for them to be double glazed to meet the current building regulations, unless the building is listed or in a Conservation Area

A New Conservatory

 

You may be worried that you already don’t have much space for a new conservatory and that installing one will take up extra space. The smallest of areas may be utilised to create a beautiful and unique extension, which will provide you with much needed additional space. A conservatory of more modest proportions can be a treasured and valuable room.… somewhere that will become the ‘heart’ of your home and where you will want to spend time.

Stunning conservatories are frequently created in the most unlikely places and a valuable extra room can be built in a previously unused part of a courtyard or garden. Filling an awkward area or dark recess with an attractive functional conservatory, no matter how small, is a great investment particularly when ground space is at a premium.

 

Things to Consider

 

From sweeping the front path to building a major extension, there are buyer-friendly home improvements to suit every pocket. It can be difficult to let go of personal tastes and reign in eagerness to get started, but careful planning is an essential ingredient for success. Even if you’re not looking to sell straight away, it makes sense to consider future occupants and avoid doing anything you’ll regret.

Get that calculator out. Are you simply looking to recoup what you spend? Or are you after big bucks? Remember that the value of property in your area tends to dictate the maximum value your home can achieve, and therefore affects your potential profit.

When it comes to any structural changes, expert advice from an architect or planner is vital. Check that your plans are safe and legal, and that you have the necessary planning permission (the need for this depends on the age, location, and dimensions of your property). Make sure any professionals you bring in have a good reputation for completing work to a high standard. If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing properly.