If you are considering a home refurb, sometimes it can be difficult to see the wood through the trees when it comes to making decisions about what to keep, and what to update.
However, making a rash decision can not only cost you dearly in style. It can even devalue your home, according to Ideal Home magazine, who have done the maths on how much it could cost you when it comes to selling your property.
Here are some old home features that add real charm.
Sash and timber windows and doors
As energy bills continue to rocket, it can be tempting to rip out old timber and sash windows and doors and replace them with newer, more energy-efficient options, but a mistake that affects the curb appeal of your home can be costly. However, the good news is that newer options need not cost you in style.
Homeowners considering installing new uPVC doors Cirencester from a reputable provider such as https://www.truhouse.co.uk/double-glazing/doors/upvc-doors/cirencester have plenty of options to maintain the rustic aesthetic of their home while improving energy efficiency.
Many homeowners are turning away from the polluting and carbon-heavy methods of heating their homes via open fireplaces and log burners. Nevertheless, original fireplaces that are fully blocked up, restored and filled with items like candles or dried flower arrangements mean that you can have the best of both worlds.
While original stained glass can be expensive to maintain (and is often single-glazed), there is no denying that it can add serious period charm. Homeowners should think carefully before removing stained glass as it can be expensive to replace and it is increasingly hard to find skilled stained glass artists.