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10 of the best home improvements to save you money

Looking to save some money? Home improvements might not be the first place you’d look to do that, but these ten things will actually save you money in the long run. So, if you’re looking to make future you happy through some happy home improvements, here are some that your wallet will be thanking you for. 

Saving money is top of everyone’s agenda at the moment, and with things not set to change dramatically any time soon, there might be some home improvements that need ticking off your to do list, but in a way that is budget friendly and will have you set up for success.

Here are some of our favourites, from quick fixes to longer term projects, big-picture thinking to small wins, we have something for everyone in here. 

Replacing windows and doors

This is one of the bigger jobs we have on the list but upgrading to more energy-efficient windows and doors will save you money in the long-run. Whether you’re going from single to double, or double to triple, get your glazing sorted to save some cash in the future.

Upgrading your appliances

Appliances can be a real energy drain, and as they get older you might even find yourself spending money to keep them going, and even more so as they age and time moves on. Getting a hold of energy-efficient appliances is a sure fire upgrade to save some money on household bills.

Turning into a SMART home 

Smart lights, smart electrics, it’s all in the details. Smart appliances and electricals save money by being intuitive, and while it may not be top of your agenda, it’s one of the quicker wins to save some money.

Switching to solar

Another biggie, but this is one for the real long-term view. Solar power is a different way to power your home, that can have big savings when you have made your money back from the installation. A big job, but one that reaps the rewards.

Conscious living 

This one is a little more mindset and a little less action. Thinking about your energy usage and what you’re spending money on in your home is a helpful way to bring those costs down. Remembering to turn the light off, take the TV off standby, and not continuously boil the kettle all add up. 

Make use of the rooms

Are you utilising all of the rooms in your home? Perhaps your conservatory could be transformed into a home office, the spare bedroom into a gym, as a way to cut costs on things spent outside of the house, and maximise how you are using your space.

Budgeting and cost-planning

Spending a little time each month thinking about future costs and planning upgrades and improvements will mean you have time to shop around and consider what you coil;d do yourself, and what you need support with. Make a date in the diary and get on top of your planning.

Monthly maintenance 

Following on from that, regular maintenance beats everything needing attention at once. Think about what needs some TLC so you can work out how to make your improvements work for you.

Reuse and recycle 

Whether it’s a piece of furniture or something more substantial, think about what you can reuse and recycle in order to save some cash. PS – Car boot sales and charity shops are a gold mine, don’t you know!

Conservatory roof insulation 

Insulating your conservatory roof is a home improvement that will save you money on heating and cooling. Conservatory insulation is a home upgrade that will save you cash in the long term, and won’t break the bank in the short term either. Looking at conservatory roof insulation could bring your monthly energy bills down significantly, and it means you get to enjoy another room in the home!

If you’re wondering how some of these can save you money, it’s like the saying that you have to speculate to accumulate. By spending the money on the improvements now, you’re thinking long-term and about the future savings, rather than cutting the corners now.

At Sagars365, we are experts in conservatory roof insulation, with years of experience and a trusted team. We work with our clients to install energy-saving and cost-saving solutions that keep their home warm in winter, and cooler in the summer. 

If you want to find out more about how to insulate a conservatory roof and how we can help you, get in touch and speak to a member of the team for a free quote and a no-obligation chat.

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