Home improvements can breathe new life into a property, but the costs and disruption vary wildly, so take a look at this guide to ensure you make the most informed decisions you can.
“With energy costs rising by an average of 6 percent every year, what’s a homeowner to do? Green-ovate! After working to pay for themselves, many green home improvements have a return on investment that far outperforms CDs, savings accounts, and the stock market. If you’re looking for a place to put your money, these home improvements have the highest rate of return.“
When it comes to looking after the environment, everyone has a part to play. Businesses and households alike can make changes to reduce the impact that they have on the environment.
If you’re a landlord, it’s possible to do your bit for the environment, whilst making your property more appealing to prospective tenants. What’s more, tenants can even make their own changes to reduce the amount that spend on heating and energy bills.
The infographic below not only shows what changes you can make in an effort to reduce the carbon footprint of your rental property, but you can even weigh up the costs against the estimated annual savings, so you can work out how long it will take for you to see a return on your improvements. Whether your budget is tens of pounds, or thousands, below you will find a solution to fit your needs, and save you money at the same time!