Improving the plumbing in your home is a great way to not only improve your standard of living by making it more comfortable and convenient but it can also add value to your property.
In the following guide, we explain some plumbing features that, that can both improve daily life and also add value to your property.
An en suite or shower room
Most new build homes come with en suites and have done for many years, so by adding one to your property you’ll be in a better position to compete with other homes on the market. An en suite or additional shower room appeals to many modern families who have a higher demand for hot water and enjoy the convenience of an extra upstairs bathroom, particularly if they have children or for when they have guests to stay. Not as much space is needed as you think and with glass being able to be cut to any shape or size it may even be possible to have an ensuite in the eaves.
If you are thinking of having your kitchen updated or a whole new one installed its a good idea to think about having integrated appliances fitted. Not only does it look more sleek and modern for you but it appeals to buyers as there’s potential to reduce the cost of moving home as appliances such as a dishwasher are included.
A new boiler is always a good investment, bringing with it many benefits to your home for both now and the future. If your current boiler is old or not working as effectively, upgrading it to a new unit means it will be more energy-efficient, saving money and helping your homes EPC rating should you decide to sell in the future. A newer boiler also provides extra reassurance to potential buyers as they won’t worry about having to pay out for a boiler soon after moving, as they might with an old unit making your home more appealing.