As the price of property soars, more people are choosing to stay in their homes and improve them rather than move. By renovating a room in your house, you’ll increase your enjoyment of your home as well as making it easier for you to sell your home if you decide to in the future. But like any project, home renovation costs money, and you want to be able to budget for it to make sure you get the best results.
Home renovation cost guide
You might want to start with the room in your home that is looking the most tired, and decide exactly what you want. This might be fitted wardrobes in your bedroom or even a full loft conversion. Here are some of the country’s average home renovation prices:
- Bedroom renovation: £3,000-£5,000
- Bathroom renovation: £3,000-£5,000
- Loft renovation: £15,000-£25,000
- Living room renovation: £3,000-£5,000
- Kitchen renovation: £5,000-£15,000
As these are only reference figures, it’s important that you get up to four home renovation quotes before you make a decision on which builder to choose to work on your project. Use Quotatis’ quick and easy service to get started right away.
Benefits of a home renovation
- Avoid the stress and cost of moving
Even if you have a fuss-free move, there is still a lot of stress involved. But with just improving your home you can get the feel of being in a new space without having to incur all the expensive and hectic parts of moving.
- Add value to your home
As well as improving your experience in your home, renovating a room will add value as you update it and make the space more attractive to buyers. How much value you add to your property will be determined by what space you renovate and what the improvements include.
- Increase your wellbeing
They say that change is as good as a rest, and this certainly applies to home renovations. Creating a room that you will enjoy does wonders for your health and make you feel even more at home.