As a nation, we love home improvements. It’s a task that tops survey after survey, with more and more UK homeowners keen to make it a top priority to undertake all sorts of home improvement/refurbishment jobs, from fitting a new bathroom suite to giving the whole house a new make-over.
Aside from injecting new life into a home and making it more comfortable and aesthetically appeasing for its inhabitants, home improvements can add value to a property. However it does depend on the type of home improvement and refurbishment. Whilst a fresh coat of paint and some interior design work will make your home look more inviting and add a new lease of life, it won’t particularly increase it’s value. But building an extension, converting the loft or adding double glazing will.
We have a number of different companies listed who can carry out all your refurbishment requirements at competitive fees. This spans from fully renovating a property, to fitting new flooring or doors, and painting and decorating. Every internal building upgrade can be catered for with one of our registered firms.
Home improvement/refurbishment projects vary in size, budget and time scale. At the lower end of the scale we have painting and decorating, whilst installing a new fitted kitchen, converting your loft or cellar and adding a conservatory are the most expensive types of home improvements.
Popular home improvement types include:
Whether it’s to add value to a property or to add additional rooms, increasingly homeowners are turning to home improvements. And, depending on the project, it can be for numerous reasons:
From painting and decorating companies and double glazing firms to landscape gardeners and kitchen companies, Builder Guide has a wide range of tradespeople keen to quote for your home improvement job.
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