The Importance of an Outdoor Space
Potential homeowners and renters are placing more of an emphasis on the importance of an outdoor living space. Garden space is limited in and around the capital, meaning people are prepared to pay more for outdoor space.
“Research from Zoopla indicates that renters are prepared to pay an extra £240 a month whilst homebuyers are willing to pay an extra £27,000 compared to property that doesn’t have a garden.”
Investing in your garden space will help increase the value of your home. There are various ways to do so. We’ve highlighted three ideas that are cost-effective but will improve the value of your home.
A Dependable, New Shed
Having a shed is a great outdoor solution for keeping items inside it rather than in the house, freeing up living space. Sheds aren’t expensive to put up either. A common belief with sheds is that they can be costly to maintain, but that’s because most sheds use felt.
“A rubber roof is incredibly durable and won’t deteriorate due to weather conditions unlike felt.”
Shed Rubber Roof kits are a popular, dependable solution for those wanting a long-lasting shed without constant maintenance, perfect for tenants.
Garden maintenance can be a costly expensive, especially if not maintained for properly. It can be time-consuming to ensure the garden remains in check.
Paving a new patio is a fantastic option for reducing maintenance costs and creates a new, fresh space for you.
A Fresh Lawn
Sometimes a new lawn is a great way to bring life back into the garden. A new lawn can be done by relaying it with seeds and watering it properly.
“Alternatively, you could also look into other methods of redoing your lawn, including artificial turf.”
A new, fresh lawn can be easy to maintain and can really tie your entire garden together, for yourself, potential buyers or renters.