Four Types of home renovation which ones will boost the value of your Property?
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Four Types of home renovation which ones will boost the value of your Property?

Four Types of home renovation which ones will boost the value of your Property?

Home improvements can breathe new life into a property and ultimately add more value. You could spend thousands increasing the value of your property but which would give your home’s value the biggest boost? North London builders Entire Houze take a closer look here. A study by the National Association of Estate Agents in 2015 uncovered the top home enhancements that could increase the value of your property. Kitchen Installation North London Most people consider the kitchen to be the heart of the home, and because of this, updates in this room pay off. Get the biggest bang for your buck on a kitchen installation by looking at colour. Fresh paint, in modern colours, can go a long way towards updating the look of your kitchen. Done well you could look to recoup 60-120 on your kitchen remodelling.   Bathroom Installation North London If your home only has one bathroom, you can recoup a large chunk of your investment by adding another one. When it comes to finding room in your house for an extra bathroom, take a look at any extra rooms or under-utilised spaces. Consider other spaces, such as storage cupboards or areas under the stairs. Adding a bathroom shows a return of 80-130 on what you invest.   Home Extensions North London Extensions can vary hugely, from two-story ones that double a house in size to the expansion of an additional ground floor room. A home extension done well that includes additional rooms in a way that is thoughtful to your home or changes its character soundly can be a noteworthy offering point – and one you can appreciate for a long time as a owner.   A Change Of Space Including an additional room can add around 9 to 10 value to your home. It is critical to not eat into living space to do it, but rather if there is space to venture into your space you could get a respectable return – and some quite required additional space, for example converting a garage, or a loft conversion   Depending on the size and the location of your property, you should expect to pay £15,000 for a small loft conversion or £25,000 to £40,000 for a big one.
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