For a short period, home improvements are amazing. For you and your family, they create an improved, bigger, more sociable, or more spacious home. The correct home improvement, however, can also significantly increase the value of your property.
We evaluate how much some home improvements can increase the value of a property in this blog post.
Renovate your Garage
In the UK, 90% of garages are either vacant, filled with trash, or jam-packed with items you “might need” someday. If you have off-road parking available with your home, you can dramatically boost the value of your home by transforming your garage. For instance, you may transform your garage into a kids’ playroom, an extra bedroom, or additional living space. In Glasgow, garage transformations could increase the value of a property by up to 20%.
A modern kitchen
Even though we spend a lot of time in the kitchen every day, it seldom receives updates. A simple kitchen remodel that replaces fixtures and fittings, installs energy-efficient appliances, and fixes door handles can increase the value of your property by up to 6%. This is certainly relevant if you’re considering installing a brand-new kitchen; doing so will likely increase the value of your property by 6%.
A loft transformation is a great way to add a bedroom and bathroom to your home. This can add up to 30% more space to your home’s loft. Even though you’ll have to ensure your roof has a steep pitch and give up some space on the floor below for access, this is an excellent way to improve your home. It could raise the value of your home by up to 15%.
Build a Conservatory
Why not think about a conservatory if you’re searching for a relatively easy solution to increase the living space in your house? This might be a terrific home improvement if your garden has room to expand. You must ensure the conservatory is thoughtfully constructed to blend in with your house. Your home’s value may decrease if your conservatory is improperly installed or matched. A well-designed conservatory might raise the value of your home by up to 5%.
Add a Bathroom
There’s no doubt that having an extra bathroom makes life with a growing family easier. This is also reflected in the property’s valuation. You must, however, carefully note where in your home you will place the extra bathroom. For instance, converting a spare bedroom into a second bathroom can reduce the value of your house. Alternatively, adding a second bathroom to your home as an ensuite to your master bedroom could increase its value by up to 6%.
Contact our staff right now if you need assistance with Glasgow home upgrades of the highest calibre to increase the value of your property.