Homeowners are being warned that big DIY projects are failing to add as much value to homes as a year ago - and may even lose money. While a loft conversion or new kitchen and bathroom may still boost the price of a house, the gains are now far less.
Granite Transformations in Ipswich and West Mersea, run by Steve Leech and Darren Cribb, scooped the brand’s Franchisee of the Year title at its annual conference, held at Rise Hall, the Yorkshire mansion of TV presenter Sarah Beeny, who was among the.
TV presenter and property expert Sarah Beeny is calling on local home-owners to kick-start their dream home improvements by getting expert advice from an architect in aid of the charity Housing Rights Service. Architect in the House is the hugely.
Councillor Dashwood-Morris told of her pride in 2013 when she and her des res featured on Sarah Beeny's show, but she was rumbled for making the illegal changes when she tried flogging the home two years before, when prospective buyers ordered a survey.
These days I tend to fast-forward all home improvement shows to the crucial last 15 minutes ... And don’t even get me started on Sarah Beeny’s fluctuating assets. Now there’s a woman who knows what to do with an RSJ. Grand designs are all well.
Acquiring cardboard boxes should be a no-brainer ... Consumer behaviour expert Not necessarily. Home improvement guru Sarah Beeny is still using unwanted supermarket boxes from her local Sainsbury's. "Accumulating new boxes isn't helpful when space.
SELLING your home can be a stressful business. But earlier this year property expert Sarah Beeny said sellers can add up to 20 per cent on the value odf their porperty by making certain improvements.
A TV channel dedicated to home improvement shows is relaunching this week after moving its studios and headquarters to ... The channel initially aired purely bought-in programmes like Sarah Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare and Never Ever Do This At Home.
David Abraham at Channel 4’s London headquarters ... of the schedule depends on audience interest in the home improvement ideas of presenters Kevin McCloud, pictured left, of Grand Designs, Sarah Beeny (Beeny's Restoration Nightmare) and Kirstie Allsopp.