5 Ways To Add Value To Your Home

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Modernise Your Kitchen
As the saying goes, ‘the kitchen is the heart of your home’ and there is no argument that decent kitchen space is vital to comfortable daily living, especially for those of us blessed with large families. With this in mind, modernising your kitchen can add considerable value to your home.
Outdated appliances and neglected kitchen units and worktops can leave a bad taste in the mouth of a potential buyer, so be sure to rejuvenate your kitchen if maximising your homes selling price is at the top of your agenda.
Ensure that your kitchen is designed with function in mind and install plenty of storage and worktop space. A breakfast bar would also make a valuable addition to any kitchen and is perfect for family homes or for busy professionals.

Convert Your Loft
Loft conversions are a popular choice and can help to further increase your asking price, especially when this provides your home with a great deal of additional space in the form of a bedroom, gym, games room or study for example.
Whilst a loft conversion can be a hefty financial investment, it can greatly enhance your living space and has become an increasingly desirable option for those who cannot quite afford to move up the property ladder in search of a larger property.
The addition of a well-placed loft skylight will further increase your property value and can be an attractive feature and selling point when the time comes.

Add A Conservatory
Again, maximising space within and around your home is critical. Many choose to take advantage of what a conservatory has to offer due to the fact that it is often cheaper than a home extension and does not require planning permission to build.
A conservatory can be used in a multitude ways and is often used to facilitate the transition from the house to the garden. The space can be used in line with your lifestyle, be it the demand for a workspace, playroom for your children or perhaps a dining or day room to share with loved ones.

Create A Roof Terrace
Utilising your outdoor space is another popular method of providing additional value to your home. A roof terrace is a top choice, especially for those in urban dwellings and can be created by simply enhancing an existing flat roof. A roof terrace is the perfect place to dine al fresco or enjoy a drink with friends and is a fairly affordable option for those keen to improve their outside living potential.



Refurbish Your Bathroom
Similarly to the kitchen, a neglected bathroom can adversely affect your home’s selling price. Fitting a new suite, re-tiling and ensuring that the shower is top notch is a sure fire way to obtain extra revenue through the sale of your home.
When it comes to tastes, keeping it simple is best and you can’t go wrong with a statement white suite.

We hope we’ve given you some food for thought on how you can add value to your home and that when the time comes, you will be able to sell your property for the price you wish to.

Author Bio: This article has been brought to you by RubberBond, UK flat roofing specialists.

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