Home Improvements Investments

The recent pandemic and subsequent lockdowns presented an opportunity for many to look inwards and spruce up their living space. This was true especially for the first lockdown in summer, millions were confined to their homes and garden in brilliant weather with nothing to do with it. The answer? Build a swimming pool of course. Spending so much time in one place is guaranteed to allow even the least observational person to notice little problems. How much truer is this when that place is your own home?

Home improvements offer a way to both have a fresh living space and increase the value of the home. It’s pretty much a no-one-loses situation as long as no shoddy work is completed by unscrupulous companies (or indeed the homeowner). The money spent upfront to complete home improvements should always be considered an investment – the money will be seen again when it comes to selling the house. While nearly all home improvements will add to the value of the home, some boost the worth of it more than others. Research by Nationwide concluded that an extension on a three-bedroom house can add up to 23% to the value of the home. Here are some of the most rewarding home improvements.

The first thing that will come into most people’s minds when thinking about improvements is extensions. These are always exciting to think about as they add vital square space to your property, meaning more space to live in. Extensions can be done just about anywhere in the house. Walls can be knocked down to create bigger rooms and they can be built to create additional rooms. One of the most popular extensions would be a conservatory add on as they are easy to build and do not require any destruction like creating a bigger bedroom, or kitchen would. Carrying out an extension on your home can prove exciting but also profitable in the long term as they are among the most rewarding of home improvements. Anyone considering having work done should consider them.

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Home improvements offer a way to change up scenery that has become drab and also has the added effect of increasing the value of the home. Those who are in the market for improving their home should consider these options.

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