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  • Writer's pictureJenny

Home Improvements: Large Scale Projects to Consider

Maintaining a home can be hard work. At the end of the day, when you buy a property, you take on a whole lot of responsibility in regards to its care. Not only do you need to ensure that it remains a safe and stable environment to spend time in, but you also want to keep it looking and feeling great. After all, this is the space you’re going to spend most of your time. Plus, you may be looking to sell it on for a profit down the line. Now, there are countless things that you can do to keep on top of your home, but here are a few improvements that you might want to take into mind to maximise the quality and value of your property as easily as possible!


A simple place to start is to make sure that you carry out any repair work that needs to be carried out in your home. This sounds simple and straightforward, but so many people make the mistake of leaving small repairs too long, allowing them to worsen, cause major damage and becoming more costly to put right in the process. Instead, tackle problems head on. As soon as you see an issue, call out the relevant professional to fix it. Common professionals to keep in mind include:

Of course, there are more niche and specialist options out there, but these individuals listed above should be able to take care of the majority of home repairs between them.


If your home is falling apart and needs some major work done, you may want to consider a rebuild. This is essentially a project that will take what’s remaining of your home and convert it into a brand new looking and feeling property. It’s a large scale project, but all in all, it will prove more than worth the time, effort and financial investment. Whether you’re planning on staying in the property once the work is done, or selling up and moving somewhere else, it can have a significant impact on value. Of course, you’ll need an idea of what you’d like done to the property, however, architects and other professionals will be able to offer advice about what they think could work well.


If you don’t want or need to undertake an entire rebuild, but there are aspects of your home you’d like to change or improve, renovations could be a good option for you. Renovations can take a certain aspect or room of your home and change it to better suit your needs, tastes and preferences. There are countless options available, but some of the most common ones tend to include:

  • Extensions

  • Removing walls to create bigger rooms and open plan spaces

  • En suites

  • Loft conversions

  • Basement conversions

  • Garage conversions

Not all of these steps will be for everyone. But hopefully, one has caught your eye and will allow you to make some significant improvements to your property! Why not give them a try?


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