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Top 20 Ways to Add Value to your Home
We know that by improving and renovating your property is a sure fire way of increasing the value of your property. Here at Professional Home Improvements we have the necessary skills to complete these tasks at a competitive price. We know that by spending the money to improve the quality of your home, you will receive big returns on your investments.

But don’t just take our word for it, we've used snippets from a great article written by the TV presenter for “Location, Location, Location”, Phil Spencer - who underlines a number of ways of adding value to your home.

Some of the ideas you don’t have to pay through the roof for, simple changes can make a big difference to the price of your property. But to see big changes, sometimes paying more initially will pay itself back in no times!

And that’s where Professional Home Improvements come in... Our main focus is patios and drives, but we have the skills to transform your Bathroom and Kitchen, as well as build you a Conservatory that will all help towards improving the value of your Property. Contact us today for a free no-obligation quote

Number 2 on Phil Spencer's Top 20 Ways to Add Value to your Home  - Build a Conservatory

“A conservatory (cost £5,000-£30,000) can add around 7 per cent to the value, while a full-blown extension (£10,000-£30,000) adds 11 per cent.”

Take a look at our Conservatory page, to view examples of some of our previous projects and for more information. 

Number 6 on the list - Pave over the front garden

“You may need planning permission, and may have to spend £10-£20,000, but added value could be £50,000 in an expensive urban location.”

Really make the most of your garden space, with a newly improved drive that adds space and a decking it becomes easier to sell your property. Click here for a free no-obligation quote

Number 8 on the list - Change the windows

"But only if they don’t match the house as it is now. I am a big believer that whatever you decide to do should suit the age and style of the original property. If it was meant to have wooden windows, then put wooden windows in. If metal, then put in metal. Otherwise, leave well alone."

If you'd like to change your windows and are in need of an expert to fit them for you, click here for more information.

Number 11 on the list - Concentrate on the Kitchen

“Typically, a new kitchen will add 4.6 per cent onto the value.”

Our kitchens page also showcases our work. For a reliable and efficient service at a competitive price, we will install your kitchen to the highest quality. 

Number 13 on the list - Do the bathroom next

"This is the other room that has really taken off lately. The secret is to keep things simple. You don’t need to do a lot with the room, it’s all about the features that you put in, such as a set of new taps (£20), a heated chrome towel rail (£50), a big new shower head (£20), a power shower (£250-£750), a glass screen (£100) or glass door (£125) instead of a shower curtain. A new bathroom puts 2.88 per cent onto the house value."

For information on our Bathroom Fittings and for a free no-obligation quote, please click here