5 August 2021

How to increase your property value

How to increase your property value

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For many people, home improvements are made solely for aesthetic purposes or to upgrade certain aspects of your home. However, some home improvements can actually increase your property’s value and desirability. Outlined below are a few of the ways that Nolan uPVC can help increase the value of your home.  

Replace your windows

Double-glazing is now as standard in every property unless it is a listed building or located in a conservation area, but some homes still have single glazed windows. In certain cases, it must be a like-for-like replacement. Upgrading your windows to double glazing will result in improved insulation, security, and noise reduction, and has been said to add 3% value on average. Adding a splash of colour to the exterior can make it feel like a completely new house! Nolan uPVC offers the renowned Deceuninck colour range on our PVC products, which caters to any taste whether you want your home to blend in or be the most recognised on the street.  

Add a conservatory, orangery, or extension

This is not the cheapest solution, as some projects can be upwards of £10,000, but increasing the living space is a sure-fire way to increase property value and this can be done by building a conservatory, orangery, or a single-storey extension. Depending on the size and style of the installation, your property value could see an increase of between 5 and 10%. The purpose of this extra space could potentially be for home offices, as more and more people are working from home in the current climate. It’s important to ensure that the design is consistent with the original property, and this can be done by matching the brickwork or era that the property was built in. Click here for everything you need to know about conservatories and orangeries, and as always our experts would be more than happy to answer any questions or to give advice on what style would suit your home the best.  

Improving kerb appeal

Kerb appeal can be improved in several ways which all range in cost. For example, you can give your home a makeover through fresh paint, a new composite door in a brand-new colour, changing your door accessories, or installing a porch. Nolan uPVC can also supply new roofline products such as fascia’s and guttering which will immediately give your property a new feel. A new front door will bring about similar results. Composite doors are becoming increasingly popular, and Solidor composite doors are high security, modern and can be customisable through the Door Designer. Click here to create your own unique front door, or if you would like to read about the benefits of a composite door, you can do so here. Install sliding or bi-folding doors Though this solution may not affect your property value directly, but these style doors are secure, stylish, energy efficient and a very desirable product. These doors can be uniquely matched to your home and opening, increasing natural light, and providing a connection between rooms or between your home and garden.  

Window, Door, Conservatory Prices

If you would like a rough cost on a variety of products from flush casement windows to an Edwardian conservatory, we’ve got you covered. Click the “Get a Quote” button, enter your details, and choose your style and specification – it’s that easy! As mentioned above, you can create your own entrance door with our Solidor Door Designer.  

Try before you buy

We have windows, doors and conservatories on show at both our showrooms in Johnstown, Carmarthen and North Road, Cardiff. For more information, please contact sales@nolanupvc.co.uk or call 01267 223700.

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