Managing Director of the Wirral based glazing firm, Kay Finlay, is advising homeowners on how to ‘breathe new life into their property’, while reaping future financial benefits.
According to recent UK statistics, the installation of fixtures such as balconies and glass balustrades can add up to 5% to the overall value of a home, this being an extra £10,000 on the average £200,000 property.
Kay said: “Having worked in the industry for more than 20 years, a common query that often crops up amongst homeowners is how to add equity to their homes. While some people may be looking for a return on investment having purchased their house during an undesirable market, or are simply wanting to boost the value of their home, we are able to tailor cost effective solutions.
“One way to alter property aesthetics and in turn boost equity is to build a glass balcony. Not only does the new space create extra room, it is a great way of allowing homeowners to utilise their outdoor space. For those wanting to make improvements to their interior, replacing dated balustrades with modern glass alternatives can be a fantastic way to transform the home.”
Bebington Glazing, which is located in New Ferry, is renowned for its bespoke glass installation services and repairs on both domestic and commercial properties. In addition to glazing services, the independent firm also fits shop fronts, safety glass, lead lights.
Kay added: “Here at Bebington Glazing, we love to utilise our products and services to improve the homes of our customers. Year on year we find the spring months to be one of our busiest periods when it comes to home improvements.
“Whether customers are planning on selling their homes or are thinking ahead to the future, our expert team can devise suitable solutions that can make the most out of individual properties.”
For more information visit www.bebingtonglazing.co.uk or call 0151 645 3830.
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