The property market has come to a halt and we can no longer expect the price of our homes to rise month after month automatically. However, there are ways of boosting the value of your own home even through sluggish times, provided that you are careful and canny.
Make sure that the amount you are spending is proportionate to the overall value of your home and other property in your area. In other words, don’t spend £50,000 on a new kitchen if your house is worth less than £500,000. You will not get the money back.
Some Improvements add more value than others: Expanding the actual size of the property is the best way to add the most value. But modernising the kitchen, bedrooms and the bathroom (in that order) should also be high on the priority list.
Bad DIY will reduce the value of you property: Make sure any home improvements are in keeping with the age and style of the house. uPVC windows and laminate floors may work well in a new flat but can cheapen a Victorian home.
Companies such as S G Kitchens and Inspired Interiors provide a full kitchen and bedroom design and installation service to customers throughout the North West. Using extremely high quality rigid built kitchen furniture, state-of-the-art appliances and experienced fitters.
The kitchen and bedroom design and planning service is FREE and without obligation.
Contact the following Northern companies to create your dream kitchen or bedroom today:
S G Kitchens
07872 183 565 or email your details to: email@example.com
07540617633 or email your details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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