Belfast Telegraph

Home Improvement Network’s Allow UK Homeowners to Save a Fortune on Bills

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With house prices on the rise and the future of the property market looking uncertain, many people are deciding to stay put instead of moving house.

As a result, homeowners are choosing to make improvements to their existing homes instead of buying a new one. The jobs that people are carrying out range from new wallpaper and paint to installing double glazing, PVC Doors and wooden floors.

Homeowners are discovering that it is possible to have their dream home without moving house. Overhauling the interior decoration of a room can completely change the look and feel of a home. Whether its contemporary bold prints, or romantic and pretty pastels, choosing colours to suit the homeowner’s personality can make a house so much more enjoyable to live in.

Many homeowners are choosing to make larger changes that improve the standard of the home too. New windows and doors can add value to a property and help to conserve energy and keep the cost of bills down.

Double Glazing Prices are not as high as people think and with the cost of heating a home growing more and more expensive, new windows will more than pay for themselves in the long run because they keep heat in and help to cut the cost of central heating bills. New PVC doors will help to keep cold drafts out too and will also give a home more doorstep appeal.

Home improvement firms such as UPVC Windows UK have recognised their customers’ desire to make the most of their homes and are providing the high standard of products and customer service that customers are looking for.

While some residents are replacing their outdated windows with classically designed double glazing and PVC windows, others are choosing to upgrade their home with luxurious bay windows, sash windows and French windows. Adding stylish touches such as these can add value to a home or make it stand out from the crowd if a homeowner does decide to sell.

Many homeowners to move to somewhere bigger to cater for their growing family, but have found that it is either difficult to sell or not financially possible for them to move. As a result, residents are building extensions or converting their loft to create extra living space.

Naturally, these extensions and loft conversions require new windows and doors too and people are choosing UPVC to ensure that their properties are well insulated.

While the current state of the property market may be bad news for some, it is proving to be positive for the home improvements industry.

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