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A well-done home improvement project will, over time, add value to your house. The tricky bit is to start. Here are some tips on how to improve the overall look of your house, and benefit from it soaring in value:

  • Exterior

Do not neglect the outside of the property. If you start with the exterior, you will have more motivation to renovate the entire property. Remember, this is normally the first thing potential buyers will see. Should they like what is on offer, they will be more tempted to buy.

Neglecting your roofline products can cost you money, especially your downpipes and guttering as well as fascias and soffits. If these leak rainwater onto the walls of the house you could end up with an expensive repair bill if you don’t replace these before the winter starts.

  • Paint

It is quite hard to believe what you can achieve with a simple coat of paint. You do not need to paint the entire property; a few strokes here or there can be the difference between your property looking run-down and it looking chic.

  • Parking

If your house has parking, you automatically rose in everyone’s esteem, including potential buyers. Whether it is a simple parking bay or a tandem garage, does not matter. Should you be the lucky owner of a parking space, invest some time in cleaning or fixing it.

  • Landscaping

Images of lush gardens spring to mind when one thinks of landscaping. It does not always have to be an exercise in complexity; landscaping can be as simple as laying out a flowerbed in the most suited spot! Landscaping is an extension of the upgrading of your backyard. A garden room or conservatory can add extra value to your home as well as adding extra space to it.

  • Interior

This is the real heart of the home and as much, if not more care should be taken with the inside as with the outside. The areas that you will afford more attention will always be the bathroom, kitchen, and master bedroom. Install a new bath, shower, tiles, and anything else that will add value.

Full-length mirrors and a splash of paint can transform a room from being dull to being far more pleasant.

Hardwood floors, good quality carpets, and tiles are useful if you want to create comfortable surroundings and garner that good first impression.

Aim at having enough working space in the kitchen. There should be ample storage space, a big enough counter top, a large sink and all the usual appliances.

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