The property market is massive right now, and developing properties is on the rise. People buy properties, completely renovate and then sell them onto estate agents or privately so they can earn a profit as well as gaining skills in the industry. Contact us for advice about the property market.
We have created a guide on how to completely renovate a property to turn it into a stylish and liveable home for others. All these steps are relatively simple and don’t require much work at all.
Allow natural light into the property
Natural light helps a property look aesthetically pleasing, as well as providing occupants with health benefits. It can help to increase their productivity and comfort, as well as providing mental and visual stimulation. Find out more about tenants agreements throughout this process.
Modular rooflights can give any property endless possibilities – attach as many opening or fixed rooflights as you like and watch the natural lighting flood in. See: Rooflights for flat roofs.
Making the most out of existing features
Many period houses will have fireplaces; some may not be in use whereas others may just look old and decrepitated. It is easy to clean a fireplace and bring it back to life with the right tools. Discover how to open up a fireplace.
Fireplaces provide a feature piece for an important room, and they are just as beautiful as when they were first installed.
However, if you are unsure whether or not the fireplace is safe, it is important to always get it checked. Contact Fireplace Studio to have your fireplace checked in East Midlands.
Adding the final touches
Depending on the condition of the existing walls, plastering may be an option to create smooth, new walls so paint and wallpaper can be applied perfectly.
However, plastering can be a lengthy process as it can take up to six weeks to dry, depending on the amount that was applied. Click here to learn more about the plastering process.
Once you know the plaster has dried correctly, it is now time to finish those walls off and decorate it suitably to the rest of the house, or the features in the current room. If you’re painting a room that will infuse a lot of moisture, such as the bathroom and kitchen, then using a moisture resistant paint is advised. Dulux supply these, click here.