Renovating your home in London is purely a question of identifying certain areas for improvement as far as the different rooms in your house are concerned. It is likely that you will already be aware of the areas that need improvement in your property, you might be comparing it to others just down the road in Kensington, or draw inspiration from a house in Chelsea or you may have been for diner at a friend’s house in Westminster and want to replicate something you saw there. When considering property renovation in London, it is sometimes extremely cost effective to take on other elements as well and you should take the opportunity to carry out additional work at the same time if anything else needs attention, provided your budget can sustain the additional works.
Often, there is a large fixed cost to doing significant renovation and it might be worth adding on smaller elements at the same time so disruption is minimised and your time saved. Elements like your architect, project manager, planning submissions are all relatively fixed regardless of the size of the project. It is this sort of holistic approach that makes complete home renovation so successful. Larger scale projects obviously take a little longer to complete but they completely transform the appearance of your home and address all sorts of repair works required in one fell swoop – fantastic news for reducing on going maintenance.
A blanket approach of this kind also enables you to start afresh with your interior design and in many cases when work is complete the actual market value of your home is suddenly a great deal more than it was before you started. Whenever you have work done on your home, you want to see this jump in market value because it makes the investment even more worthwhile.