Home improvements: How to add value to your home

Sarah Coles
overhead view of woman painting new apartment standing on wooden floor
overhead view of woman painting new apartment standing on wooden floor

In any year, just over 50% of people will get stuck into home improvements, spending more than £200 each in the process. However, while some canny DIYers will be making cost-effective changes that help boost the value of their home, millions of people will be pouring their time and money down the drain. So how can you be sure your home improvements will pay off in the long run?


The ten most valuable home improvements
The ten most valuable home improvements


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