Add value with a bathroom
Bathrooms need to be fresh and hygienic looking, so make sure there is adequate light and paint the walls a nice neutral light shade ideally a white. If there is not enough light, replace a single pendant with a triple LED spotlight unit, available for as little as $10.
The bathroom is the ideal place to add a touch of luxury and a real wow factor that will add a lot of value. Make sure that one bathroom has a shower – it is an essential for almost all buyers.
Flooring should be clean and hygienic, carpet is a massive no and is not really suitable for bathrooms. Go for a vinyl or floor tiles and If you need to replace wall tiles, you could tile over the old ones as removing them can be a difficult and very time-consuming job.
Add a conservatory
A conservatory can add far more to the value of a property than it costs, providing it is designed, built and integrated into the layout of the house well. Subsequently, a poorly constructed conservatory can subtract from the value of a property. The additional floor area needs to add functionality to the existing layout of the house, and above all else, it must feel like a part of the rest of the home and not a random add-on.
A basic conservatory can cost around $6 – 15,000 to build. In most instances, it will not require planning permission, although it will need to comply with the Building Regulations. The conservatory needs to be oriented so it faces south to ensure it gains the most heat. A conservatory should be never be built north facing. Space must be heated so that it is usable all year round which is an attractive quality. Equally importantly, your space must be well ventilated to prevent it from suffering from condensation or overheating.