Home improvements can help you turn your home into a nicer place to live and increase its value in the long term. So whether you are building a conservatory, converting your loft, making the place more energy efficient, or just giving it a lick of paint, this site is here to guide you through the process with useful information and key things to remember.
Making Big Improvements
Whether it’s an extension, garage conversion or garden landscaping, larger improvements can dramatically improve both the quality of your home life and the value of your property. This section includes things to consider before you make any major improvements.
Making Small Improvements
A new colour scheme, buying new furniture or changing your flooring is a cost effective way of completely transforming your home. Looking at ways in which you can save energy could save you money in the long run.
Paying for Your Improvements
If you’re considering ways in which you can raise the funds to finance the changes you’d like, make sure you know all your options before making a decision. From equity release through to homeowner loans we can help you find the best arrangement.
Before you start work on any kind of home improvement, it’s important to plan ahead in terms of the timescales, the costs and the contractors you’ll need. You should also check out the local authority rules and regulations, particularly if you’re making changes on a larger scale. There are also a number of trade bodies that can help you find reputable suppliers and tradesmen, thereby providing you with peace of mind.