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Quick ways to maximise the kerb appeal of your home

Homeowners wishing to maximise the kerb appeal of homes, can look to top tips from home improvement experts to give abodes a quick refresh.

As the sun is set to make more of an appearance in the coming months, now is a prominent time to carry out home enhancements to maximise kerb appeal and optimise living spaces.

Integrating elements of the outdoors with the interior of the home, helps to revitalise living spaces – and the right improvements can ensure comfort, space and serenity, to start enjoying your property once again.

As restrictions are relaxed and everyone begins to mingle, now is the perfect opportunity to spruce up home surroundings after a year of being stuck indoors.

John Evans, managing director of Stormclad, said: “As the world begins to open up and we are allowed to connect with eachother again, it’s a great time for people to refresh their properties and maximise the kerb appeal of their homes.

“We’ve compiled this list of tips to consider for quick home improvements to add value to homes, providing lasting results.”

Here is the list of top tips to maximise the kerb appeal of homes:

 Upgrade the front of your home for added kerb appeal

Whether its upgrading current windows or refurbishing a conservatory roof, these home improvements tend to be overlooked, when in fact they make a huge difference to not only the overall kerb appeal of a home, but to the atmosphere inside the property.

New windows can allow an abundance of lighting into properties, creating the illusion of more space and a breathable environment.

At Stormclad, we offer an array of services which can be tailored to individual personal tastes - whether people want a modern or more traditional look, our extensive options allow individuals the creative freedom they desire when working towards their dream home. From bay windows to sliding sash windows, glass conservatory roofs to tiled roofs; we’ve got it covered.

Shelter creates new spaces

Verandas and carports offer the perfect solution for outside shelter if the Great British weather unpredictably poses a threat to BBQs in the backyard.

Not only do these shelter options offer a protective space, they also add to the overall aesthetic of a property. Available in a variety of styles and colours, a veranda or carport addition can be standalone or attached to the side of the house. Essentially, homeowners are presented with a creative opportunity through planning its design, as they have full control on how it will appear upon completion.

Bring the outdoors in

New doors can completely transform the overall feel of a home, enabling natural light, maximising security and offering a modern lift to any property.

Bi-fold doors offer a larger, uninterrupted glass area, really connecting the outdoors with the interior of the home and enhancing the view from inside the property.

Give your conservatory a face lift

Conservatories act as an idyllic location for living and entertaining in the summer months, offering front row seats to the summer sunlight in the garden, whilst extending indoor space.

If your conservatory has lost its sparkle e.g. if it cannot maintain a comfortable temperature, or is leaking or looking unkempt, it may be in need of a refurbishment.

Whether you’re looking to update certain features of a conservatory, or are wanting to upgrade it entirely, we offer a range of services that will help restore any conservatory.

Add a touch of colour

Front doors can completely change the face of a home, and adding a splash of colour can entirely refresh the overall appearance of a property. We offer a variety of external front doors, available in a number of styles, materials and colours; providing lots of choice when it comes to creating a unique look to your home.

To speak to the Stormclad team about your next home improvement project, get in touch here.