Top 5 home improvement ideas

Home improvement

 

The long days, warm weather and plentiful bank holidays make spring the perfect time to give your home a little TLC and carry out some much needed improvements. From building an extension, and revamping your exterior, to giving the inside of your property a makeover, there are lots of ways to improve your property, add value, and make your home a more enjoyable place to be. Here are five of our favourite home improvement ideas.  

1. Add a Conservatory

Adding a conservatory to your home is a fantastic way to improve your property and boost its usability. Providing you and your family with valuable extra space and creating a versatile room that can be used for entertaining, relaxing and socialising: a conservatory is an affordable and stylish way to transform your home this spring.

2. Replace Your Front Door

Although replacing your front door may not be right at the top of your list of things to do, if you’re looking for ways to improve the look of your home and add value to your property, it’s the perfect choice. According to Investopedia, “A new front door will return about 90 percent of its value in sales price.” Making it an excellent investment for your property.

3. Build a Deck

Building a deck in your garden will help you to marry the interior and exterior of your property and give you a fantastic place to relax and entertain during the sunny weather. Make your deck large enough to accommodate a table, chairs and a BBQ to ensure you get the most out of the space.

4. Replace Your Windows

Replacing your old windows with energy efficient ones will help to improve your home on a number of levels. For a start, it will have a dramatic impact on your property’s curb appeal, improving its aesthetics and giving visitors to your home a better first impression. Secondly, new windows will make your property more energy efficient, keeping it cooler in summer and warmer in the winter months. Thirdly, new windows will help to block out sound from street – making your property a quieter and more enjoyable place to be.

5. Add a Canopy

Another way to boost the curb appeal of your property is to add a canopy to its exterior. As well as adding a stylish architectural feature to your home, a canopy will help to protect your exterior and provide much needed shelter when you’re opening and closing your doors.

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