6 benefits of adding a new kitchen to your home
Home improvement seems to be the latest trend. Especially when confined to our own 4 walls which we’ve all found ourselves having to do for far too much of this year! While many have been testing their DIY skills, you may not be quite ready to tackle a new kitchen on your own. That’s exactly what builders in Surrey like us are for.
Here are 6 benefits of adding a new kitchen to your home from our builders in Surrey:
A kitchen is often remarked to be the hub of a home. If you feel like your existing kitchen just doesn’t have the same charm as it once did, it’s probably time to upgrade. Your family probably spends a lot of time in the kitchen, and therefore it should be a warm and inviting space for the whole family. Updating your kitchen is sure to breathe new life into your home and rejuvenate your home life.
Adding a new kitchen to your home with builders in Surrey will also undoubtedly improve your storage and tech. Kitchen designs are far superior to what they once were, and with so many inviting and gorgeous styles to choose from you’re completely in control! If you’ve ever wanted one of those boiling water taps; or a fridge that talks to you (they exist!!) then it’s time to get some builders in and start your kitchen refresh. You don’t need to be rummaging through endless cupboards or settling for sub-standard hobs which only have two working rings anymore. You can add a new kitchen to your home and leave those days behind…time to exhale.
Reclaiming a love of cooking
Let’s not forget the intended purpose for a kitchen. Although kitchens are wonderfully diverse spaces that can be used for all manners of things including nattering, dancing and eating. They are, of course, intended for cooking! Slowly losing the love of cooking is common, but adding a new kitchen to your home may just get you back into the swing of things. If watching The Great British Bake Off isn’t enough to get your juices flowing then builders in Surrey can help to transform your kitchen into a haven of good food and good fun.
Return Investment: Builders in Surrey
Another benefit of a new kitchen is that you will add value to your home. Builders in Surrey have an array of services which can be used to add value to your house in many ways throughout your home! The national average return on investment for a kitchen remodel is almost 54%. That means if you spend £21,000 on a kitchen renovation, you can expect to recoup about £17,000! So not only are you improving your home for the time you’ll live there, but in the future you can expect to be able to sell your house on for more than you thought!
Be the talk of the town
If the benefits of adding a new kitchen to your home mentioned so far haven’t quite whetted your appetite then one thing not to be overlooked is the feeling of having something brand new. Many people enjoy showing off new things in their home to family, friends, neighbours and anyone who’ll let them. And revamping your kitchen may be the excuse you’ve been waiting for to have a few people round! We can’t forget that Christmas is very much on its way too. So what’s a better gift to yourself than a brand new kitchen?
If being more environmentally conscious has become part of your life then adding a new kitchen will actually help your home to become more sustainable. This links with improved technology as anything electrical which is more up to date is going to be more efficient. This lowers the cost to you and the effect on the world you live in! Using reclaimed or responsibly sourced materials can also help with this. And your builders are likely to be able to advise on how to achieve an eco-friendly kitchen if desired.
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