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2 Simple Home Improvement Projects That Add Value To Your Home

When it comes to home renovation, the work you carry out in your home adds to the value of your home. It either increases the sale value or improves your ability to sell.

However, the work carried out on your home must be completed to a high standard, so when the job is finished, the end product should appear as though a professional had completed the work.

We show you how a budget of £10,000 can be used to create over £50,000 worth of home improvements. Provided the quality of the finished product is of a high standard, then you not only get to enjoy living in a modernised home, but add over £50,000 directly onto the value of your home.

Here we discuss just two ideas that you can use to save money and have the job finished to a professional standard for a fraction of the expected costs.

  1. How to Completely Modernise Your Kitchen and Save Over £10,000
  2. Modernising your kitchen is one of the most important things you can do to your home to give it a modern feel, improve the layout and create space for socialising.

    The kitchen is that hub of many homes and there is nothing quite like socialising with friends or preparing a large meal in a well lit and skillfully design kitchen.

    When it comes to design and layout, there are just a few things that you need to be aware of.

    The Work Triangle : That space between the cooker, sink and fridge - this makes your kitchen more practical to use

    Lighting : Great lighting will make a huge difference when cooking, socialising or raiding the fridge for that midnight snack

    Colour Scheme : This is what will really make the kitchen look modern and attractive

    Our advice on the kitchen though is not to opt for a new one, nor do it yourself. Employ a kitchen refurbishment company, like thedoormaker.com. They can remodel your kitchen for just a few thousand pounds, saving you over ten thousand pounds compared to installing a brand new kitchen. And because everything made to measure - you can be sure the finished product is as good as a new one. With free installation added, the job will be professionally completed without the added cost.

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  3. Add A Conservatory, Save Over £10,000

Moving directly from the kitchen into the outside garden space can transform the entire look and feel of your home. A conservatory, attached directly to your kitchen, normally at the rear of the home, is one room that can literally transform your life.

Not only do you have a great new place for relaxation and socialising, but you have an extra room for all year round use. It will become the most used room in your home, outside of the kitchen.

The uses that most people put the conservatory to are endless : playrooms for kids; office for the business; weve even seen it used as a bedroom; a kitchen; living room and many more.

Having a top quality conservatory built on your home will cost you anywhere from £16,000 upwards. But for as little as £4,000, you can have a top quality DIY conservatory built. And because the conservatory is such a mature product, you can be sure that when it is finished, it will look no different from one you could have installed at a cost of £16,000.

DIY Conservatories have come a long way, and the manufacturers have created them with high quality assemblies and upwards of 10 years guarantee. You can add a steel conservatory base which means that you dont need a professional builder to build your foundation.

If you are thinking of selling your home in the near future, then these two projects may be the most profitable £7,000 you will ever spend.

Just two home improvement projects that can transform your home and wont break the bank, adding real value to your home and improving your living space.

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