Home Renovation Calculator

Where could you add the most value to your home?

Enter your house value, then rollover the house and click on the house hotspots to see how much each renovation might increase the value of your home and the profit you could make.
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Resurface your drive with standard tarmac, gravel or brickwork for a high-end finish.

Garden room

Build an external garden room in your back garden to be used as an office or retreat.

Garage conversion

Convert your garage to another room, such as a gym, office or man cave.


Convert your loft to additional living space, such as bedrooms, an office or study.

Solar panels

Install a new system to benefit from harnessing free power.

Double glazing

Replace all windows with energy efficient double glazing.

Open plan

Open up your kitchen into a large family friendly kitchen/diner space.

Kitchen renovation

Renovate your kitchen with new cupboards, appliances and decoration.

Bathroom renovation

Renovate your bathroom with a new suite, tiling and floor. Consider a large walk in shower.

Bathroom addition

Adding another bathroom or en-suite to a house makes it much more desirable when selling.

Exterior décor

Repaint and render the exernal walls of the house, consider a new front door.

Central heating

Install a new heating system.


Landscape the garden adding features such as, lighting, water features and new plants.


Add a raised seated decked area, either at the back of the house or the end of the garden.

Interior décor

Repaint, wallpaper and refresh the internal walls of the house.


Extend at the back of the house to use as a dining area, living space or study.


A single storey extension to the side or back of the house.


Restore any original floorboards or lay a new wooden floor of a quality standard.


Replacing the entire roof before it is damaged is a desirable asset when selling.


Add a wood burning stove or feature fireplace to a living space.

Clear selection

The home renovation calculator is designed as a guide for your personal use and has no legal basis if your house doesn’t increase to the same value, or a project goes over budget. We recommend that you take financial advice before considering a loan or a mortgage to fund any renovation work.

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The best estimated returns on your investment would be:

(Hover over the bars to see full values)

  • Estimated profit
  • Estimated increase in property value
  • Cost to complete