OLDBURY, England, May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The uncertainty surrounding the health of the housing market expresses itself in a range of different ways - including a recent tendency for homeowners to make home improvements rather than move to new surroundings. This a trend that the team at Junction 2 Interiors have decided to support with a range of spring discounts.
Junction 2 Interiors specialises in bathroom and kitchen design and the company supplies all manner of fixtures, fittings, tiles and items of furniture in order for homemakers to carry out full scale renovations.
This approach is finding a great deal of popularity at the moment because of the financial sense it seems to make when house prices are struggling to rise. Investing in a property by making it more fit for purpose in the short term often has the positive side-effect of making it worth more on the market in the long term.
As this article on The Telegraph's finance blog suggests, improvements in the kitchen and bathroom are among the best when it comes to adding value to a property before a sale. However, there's a lot to be said for undertaking these sorts of renovations without thinking about a future sale at all.
The Maidenhead Advertiser is just one publication to have run stories recently on the desirability of kitchen renovations in particular, something which suggests that doing work on the kitchen helps families, couples and individuals get more out of their houses in the short term. Both extensions and simple redesigns can make people's lives more comfortable and convenient when a move seems a long way off.
The Junction 2 Interiors sale is good news for all homeowners keen on using interior design projects as an alternative to moving house. The sale drives down the cost of renovations considerably, offering 20% off selected tiles and up to 50% off designer bathrooms and kitchens.
Junction 2 Interiors is a large independent family business with 30 years' experience in kitchen and bathroom design.
SOURCE Junction 2 Interiors Limited