5 Plumbing Upgrades that Will Add Value to Your Home

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It might be that you’re thinking about going into property and plan to have your home ready for future tenants or homebuyers. Our article on the 8 Ways to Add Value to Your Kitchen might be useful in helping you to add value to your home’s kitchen too. However, if you’re thinking about the hidden mechanisms of your home and wondering how you can add value, here are five plumbing upgrades you should consider.

1. Replace your tap and shower

Replacing your taps with new, modern and sleek ones will upgrade the overall look and style of your bathroom. This is also the case if you were to replace your old shower with a new one as it will transform your home into an attractive property for future tenants and homebuyers. Moreover, replacing both your taps and your shower will likely result in better performance, which is also beneficial for you. 

2. Add an en-suite

Another plumbing upgrade is to add an en-suite. Adding an en-suite will have an impact on your home and will definitely add value to it as well. There are many people that have come to rely on having an en-suite in their bedroom, especially if they’re sharing a house. This is also a perfect idea if you plan to open up your home to students and transform it into a student accommodation. A student will very much appreciate a bedroom with an en-suite since it will save them from having to share a bathroom.

3. Install a dual kitchen sink

Most upgrades don’t have to be extravagant. Although installing a dual kitchen sink might be a simple upgrade, it’s a convenient one that will add value to your home. This is due to the fact that it is appealing to future tenants and homebuyers since it’s also becoming common to have these sinks in new homes. A home is expected to have either a one and a half sink or a dual sink, which means that tenants and buyers will be looking for homes to have either one. Having a dual sink, however, will make it easier to do any cooking or washing when compared to its counterpart.

4. Install a new boiler

Installing a new boiler will attract future tenants buyers since it will add value to your home. This means that the new boiler will have a central heating system that is efficient and performs well when compared to an old boiler that may have potential heating issues. Our article, titled Combination Boilers: Everything You Need to Know, might be useful in helping you choose the boiler for your home.

5. Install new pipes

If your home uses galvanised steel pipes, they should be replaced. Our article on The Different Types of Plumbing Pipes contains information about why galvanised steel pipes should be avoided, as well as information on a variety of pipes that might be the best fit for your home. In short, galvanised steel pipes are prone to corrosion and can damage your system. Therefore, pipes such as copper and PVC pipes will be a good replacement and will improve your home’s plumbing functionality, resulting in an increased value.

 

These are the five plumbing upgrades you can consider to add value to your home. However, if you’d prefer to consult a specialist, don’t hesitate to take a look at our list of experts here.

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