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Property prices are rapidly falling thanks to the financial doom and gloom which has gripped the UK, and they are showing little sign of picking up in the near future. As you can’t rely on the housing market to boost the value of your home, you might have to take matters into your own hands.

Interior enthusiasts won’t need an excuse to revamp their home, so below are a few useful ways to add value to your home and create a new look without breaking the bank.

Timber French Doors

Timber Windows

Whether you need to replace your windows or just fancy creating a new look, it could offer the chance to add extra character and flare to your home. Timber sash and casement windows are more suitable for 18th and 19th century buildings, but can also look fantastic in modern properties. Alternatively, if you’re not too keen on a large casement window then a simple box sash window could give new life to a room, creating a traditional or period feel.

Timber Doors

Doors can really make a big difference to the look and feel of a property as you can easily spot a modern one from a dated door. They can make just as much of an impression as expensive furniture and can also add light to a room with a glazed finish.

They are used every day so it could be well worth investing in a door which is long-lasting and suits the current design and style of your home. Wooden and timber front doors tend to be timeless and can be crafted in a way that is appropriate for your home. The cost largely depends on the type of door you purchase and any additional features, such as glass panes, that you include. However, it could become a unique selling point and add further value to your home.

Extension and builds

Another way to add value to your property could involve expansion. You could build a loft conversion which would potentially be a great use of space. An extra bathroom or conservatory could also boost the value of your property.

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