Six Cool Ideas For Upgrading Your Home

It seems like a good idea to increase your home value with some upgrades. Here are six great ideas how to do that.


Upgrading your flooring is one of the best investments you can make for your home.  It’s also an important consideration for potential house buyers, so if you’re thinking of selling up in the near future, then it’s worth tackling any flooring upgrades that might need doing.  Your kitchen should be the first point of call.  You’ll need durable, hardwearing flooring for your kitchen, so do it justice and get it upgraded.  There is a great choice of flooring options, these days, with wooden, laminate, stone or vinyl, to suit different taste and budgets.

By Pbroks13 (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons
By Pbroks13 (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons

If you have any carpeted areas in your home that have seen better days, but you can’t afford to upgrade them, then consider getting them professionally cleaned.  It could make a big difference, without costing a lot of money.

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Loft conversion

If upgrading your home means adding extra space to it, then a loft conversion is a great idea to achieve that.  You’ll need to get a builder in, to assess the feasibility and what your options are, but you could create an extra bedroom with en-suite facilities, a study or work room, or a play room for the kids.


Adding a conservatory

One of the most popular home improvement projects is to add a conservatory to your house.  Conservatories are great, because not only do they add an extra room to your home, but they are extremely versatile.  You can use them as an additional living area, dining room or work, study or play place.  They are also great suntraps in the summer time.


Garage matters

If your home doesn’t have a garage, and you have sufficient space to add one, then this could well be one of the best investments you make for your home.  Having a garage boosts your property value and also gives you lots of extra storage space for your garden accessories.  But, you might also want to consider converting your garage into extra living space.  Garage conversions can be turned into great little offices if you work from home, or dens for children.

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Landscape your garden

If you want to give your home a boost, then consider upgrading your garden.  Landscaping through professionals means your garden can create a focus and theme to it, and add instant appeal to any visitors, neighbours, potential house buyers, etc.  There is no-end of different things you can do to your garden, and you are only limited by how much money you’ve got to play around with.  But, you could opt for decking, a pond, a feature garden with pergola, shaped lawn or path, etc.  Even if you don’t have a big budget, you could add window boxes or a climbing shrub around your door to add interest.


A lick of paint

It’s a fairly obvious solution, but still worthy of a mention.  Giving your home a lick of paint is one of the best upgrades you can make to your home.  There are such a huge range of choices of paint colours and wallpaper patterns on the market that you really can design your house according to your exact style requirements.  So, there’s really no excuse not to get started.

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