Remodel the Kitchen
As the heart of the home, any money you spend on improving your kitchen is sure to be well rewarded. A new coat of paint and few appliance upgrades can make a big difference to the overall look and feel. Consider repainting your kitchen doors or changing your worktops with a bright splashback. Upgrading fixtures like sink, lighting, switches, soap dispenser can add incredible style too.
One bathroom homes can put off many buyers, especially those with children, so adding a new one could make your property attractive. Unused closets and spare rooms can be re-purposed for this home improvement project. Replacing chipped, badly stained and unfashionable colours such as pink, avocado, peach or brown sanitaryware is a must. Also think about adding a large mirror to make the space seem larger and brighter.
Reinventing a Room
You can re-purpose rooms in other ways, such as turning an unused bedroom into a home office or converting your loft into an extra bedroom. Such improvements can be relatively inexpensive and will add real value to your home.
Double Glazing Windows
Home buyers today rate energy efficiency highly when evaluating potential property purchases so replacing your windows is a worthwhile investment. New windows that block UV rays can keep your carpet, flooring and pictures from fading out in rooms that get the most light. The most high energy efficient window frames to look for are the Fiberglass frame, Composite frame and Wood frame. Aluminum is also a great option as it’s thin, solid and inexpensive.
Quality decking can transform an ordinary garden into a great place to spend time when the weather is fine, making your property that much more desirable to potential buyers. It provides comfortable surface for waking, creates warmth and ambience and conceals unsightly necessities like cover and drains.
Making your home more energy efficient is a great way to increase its appeal, as already mentioned above. In addition to installing new windows, you can add insulation to the loft space, replace old exterior doors and make other small improvements that make a big difference when considered as a whole.
One of the most cost effective ways to add real value to your home is by making basic updates, such as repainting the walls, fixing the roof, and replacing worn out fixtures & fittings.
Landscaping Your Garden
One of the first things potential buyers will see when coming to view your home is the garden, which is why spending money on having it professionally landscaped can pay big dividends. A well laid out and well-kept garden will boost your property's kerb appeal significantly.