Live in Birmingham and Thinking of a House Refurbishment?

Live in Birmingham and Thinking of a House Refurbishment?

House prices have gone through the roof over the last year, making it difficult to sell a house. In Birmingham, some areas have increased by over 10% – which may be good for some house-owners but not so good for buyers, and first time buyers who can’t get a high mortgage.

One way for house owners to make their home more attractive to buyers and increase its price is to renovate or refurb it. This is a good option for sellers who can’t sell their home.

HPM refurbish properties in Birmingham. they can do single rooms or the whole house. There services include.

Plumbing for kitchens and bathrooms.
Carpentry for kitchens, hall walls, stairs, bedrooms.
Roofing services for guttering, and roof replacement or repair.
Gardening for decking, lawn laying, pruning, slabbing.
New window fitting or repairs.
Electricians for certificates, new sockets, re-wiring.
Handymen for general maintenance.

Recently they fully refurbished a fire damaged home, including kitchen, living room, and bedrooms. With the fencing work too.

HPM accept work from Birmingham, Solihull, and other areas.

  • Stechford
  • Digbeth
  • Yardley
  • Sheldon
  • Northfield
  • Handsworth Wood
  • Perry Barr
  • Great Barr
  • Hall Green
  • Shirley
  • Elmdon
  • Selly Oak
  • Longbridge
  • Rednal
  • Rubery

Whatever your budget, HPM can help, even if it’s a minor refurb, like.

  • Old kitchen units removed and replaced.
  • New work-surfaces for kitchen and new sink-top.
  • Oven installations.
  • New kitchen spot-lights.
  • Bedrooms carpeted, lino or laminate.
  • New doors or door-frames.
  • Stairs fixing or replacement.
  • Living room interior design.
  • New lawn or decking.
  • Roof repaired or replaced.
  • Chimney stack checking.

According to HOS, these are the typical refurbishment costs.

Remember, always set aside around 10% of the total cost for unexpected additional costs.

Extension £26,000 – £34,000
Loft conversion £45,000
New bathroom £6,000
New kitchen £10,000+
Garage conversion £6,000
Subsidence £6,000
Damp Up to £16,000
Double glazing £400-£600 per window
Installing central heating £4,000
New boiler £2,700
New roof £4,500 – £12,000
Fixing rot £1,000 – £2,000
Woodworm treatment £450 – £800



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