How Improving Curb Appeal Can Add Value To Your Home

Did you know that improving curb appeal can add value to your home?

A new door of a set of new windows won’t just look good it will also increase the overall value of your home.
As we all know, first impressions count!

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By making your property more attractive at first glance, you can not only add curb appeal to your home but raise its value at the same time.

One of the best ways to achieve this is by updating windows and doors that are outdated or show signs of long-term use or damage.

The benefits are more than just cosmetic

Investing in new windows and doors for your property is much more than giving it an attractive face-lift. This is because buyers know that a property with old windows and doors is a risky prospect. 

Transformation of an older uPVC door to a composite in dove grey

Potential problems such as unwanted draughts and broken seals might seem like little more than an inconvenience but these can dramatically reduce energy efficiency and cause your house to be expensive to heat. A good door and double-glazed windows also prevent issues such as the build-up of condensation and mould around your windows. 

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Additionally, where signs of disrepair and overuse are present, concerns about security may be raised; especially when it comes to your front door. The new types of both composite and uPVC doors which are now available have far superior security measure built-in.

Brands such as Door Stop feature materials that give you the very best in strength, easy maintenance, security, and weather resistance. The composite doors are thick (44mm thick, compared to conventional PVC panel doors which are 28mm). Coupled with a super-strong structural frame and up-to-the-minute hardware you don’t have to worry about security.

The latest technology and design in front doors means that you can enjoy style, strength and security.

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Remember what’s important to buyers

It’s very often the very same things that are important to you.

When looking to buy a home, warmth, security and the ability to keep noise outside is at the top of everyone’s priorities.

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By ensuring the thermal performance of your glazing and the security of your fixtures, you are pro-actively addressing the concerns of the buyer and ultimately increasing the market value of your property.
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