Brick facade updating
While many people view a home for its practicality and how it can serve them for family life, the appearance of a home is very important too.
Historic homes ooze charm and character that mass-built, post-war homes sometimes lack, and this can be off-putting to potential buyers.
Revamping your home's exterior – even on a low budget – can improve its looks, saleability and value.
But any house facelift needs to be done carefully and sympathetically (which is where our expert advice comes in handy).
Heat-treated timbers like Accoya have a large initial outlay, but require next to no maintenance, making them a good long-term investment.There are a number of ways to change the look of your home.At the basic end you can make cosmetic changes like giving it a lick of paint, or adding cladding.There are many reasons why you might want to replace the current exterior finish.If your home has 1970s or 1980s stone cladding, pebbledash, mismatching bricks or a mixture of different external materials, you can remove – or, easier still, cover – them with a different material to create a complete new look.