Are you looking to make better use of the space that you have in your home? Converting your loft and extending your kitchen are the most popular choices that you have available. After all, you would want your space to have aesthetic appeal and give maximum usability, right? A kitchen extension or loft conversion can help you do just that.
Both of these options require sizeable investment, so you may want to consider pre-planning thoughtfully before you begin. To help you with this, we have compiled some useful information to make an informed choice.
What adds more value?
Whichever option you choose to go with, there will definitely be some value addition. However, it again depends entirely on the work that is done.
If you choose to go for a kitchen extension or a loft extension, you will be adding around 23% value to your house, based on the price you can expect to sell it. However, this is an approximate figure. It depends entirely on what you convert your loft into.
If you convert your loft into an extra bedroom or a bathroom, you will naturally add more value to the house. This is because an extra bedroom or bathroom increases the usability of the house. It also depends on how you customise the place based on your own needs. The more customised to your needs it is, the higher the chances of it not suiting someone else’s needs.
Which is used the most?
Both a kitchen extension and a loft conversion have their own set of advantages. If you extend your kitchen, then you will be using that space for only one purpose. On the other hand, if you are someone who likes to cook, and spend a considerable amount of time in the kitchen, then you’ll want to make it the most comfortable space for yourself, right?
But if you go for a loft conversion, then you have numerous options at your disposal. You can turn it into a home office or even a guest room. Having said that, you are most likely not going to be using that space every single day. You will use it only when the need arises, so choose wisely.
Is a loft conversion or a kitchen extension easier to live with?
Whichever of the two you choose to go with, you need to realise that there will be some disruption in your routine life since there will be construction work in your house. However, this again depends on the type of project you choose.
If you are getting a kitchen extension done, then that means that you won’t be able to use your kitchen for some days. But if you go for a loft conversion, that space is usually a secluded one in your house. Thus, it is easier to carry out a loft conversion since most of the work will be done in a separate area.
Once again, your final choice depends entirely on you. This is your home project, so you should carefully evaluate your options and choose what is best for you and your family.
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