‘Love It or List It’ Can Teach Aspiring Renovators
watching series 1-4 of the TV show, they uncovered that the average Love It
or List It home renovation costs £54,111.
that despite spending a huge investment, over a third (36%) of couples still
end up moving house – proving that picking the right renovations is key.
to help, Insulation Express have collated Kirstie Allsopp’s top tips for
lack of space
a loft conversion or an extension to the house. Or if you’re on more of a
budget, changing the layout of your home i.e. switching the kitchen and the
of ‘participants claimed a ‘lack of space’ was their main reason for wanting
making use of the dining room
through the wall of the kitchen which connects to the dining room, and
transforming it into a large open kitchen and diner space.
dining room was the least used room of the house, so it’s no surprise that
86% of participants chose to create an open plan kitchen.
the kitchen for numerous purposes
a utility room for washing and ironing, freeing up space in the kitchen.
of ‘Love It or List It’ participants added a utility room.
to renovate but having a smaller budget
repainting your home and buying new kitchen doors.
household added £20,000 to the value of their home by making these small
bathroom being too high maintenance
the current bathroom so that it’s more modern, functional and easier to
of properties refurbished their bathroom or added an additional bathroom.
Interested in the full findings? They also delve into the:
- Top reasons Brits want to move house
- UK’s most-loved and despised rooms
- Average cost of renovating your home
- Number of Brits that choose to renovate rather
than move house
- Most profitable house renovations to consider