A home is one of the most valuable assets a person could have. Living in the modern rat race, homeowners are always looking for ways to improve or renovate their property.
It’s estimated that UK homeowners spent a staggering £40 billion on home improvement between 2013-2018. We’ve put together a handy guide with a few ideas to improve your home.
Add double glazing or triple glazing to your home
This is one of the simplest methods of adding value to your home. Not only could energy efficient double or triple glazing save you money on your energy bills every month, but it could also increase the overall value of your home by up to 10%. Our double glazed doors and windows are manufactured to be energy efficient and increase the safety of you and your family. There are countless designs and styles to suit any property.
Cost: This would vary depending on the size of the property. Glazing installers will visit to your home to carry out a free survey to view factors that will change the price such as sizes, quantity and specifications of the property. It’s advised that you get a few quotes, but why not start with one from our friendly Bristol based team – get a free quote by filling in this simple form.
Will a loft conversion add value to my home?
A great way of adding more space to your home. This extra space can be used as a man cave, an extra bedroom, additional storage or any other function you require. Most loft conversions don’t require planning permission either, saving you the headache of that extensive and exhaustive process.
Cost: it’s estimated to start at around £15,000 depending on the size of the project. A loft conversion could increase the value of your property by up to 10%, so you may make your money back when you choose to sell.
Give it a lick of paint
An excellent way of improving the overall look of a home on a budget. However, prices vary heavily depending on your DIY skills. You’ll be able to keep the cost down considerably should you decide to do the painting yourself. Whereas leaving the job to the professionals may significantly cut the amount of time the project takes.
Cost: Between £2,000 and £3,000 to professionally paint a 3-bed house/flat.
How much on average is an orangery?
Orangeries first became popular in high-class European residences in the 17th century. They were used to protect orange and other fruit trees from the winter weather. They’ve become a great way to increase the living space of a home in modern times. When built and installed by us, these beautiful rooms are designed to match your home and style.
Associated Windows: home improvement experts in Bristol, Filton, Cribbs Causeway, Southmead and the surrounding areas
Associated Windows has been serving homeowners in and around Bristol and North Somerset for well over 15 years. Give us a call on 0117 9311777 or contact us online and see how we can help you today.