If there’s a fence dividing yours and your neighbour’s properties that needs maintaining or replacing, you’ll want to know who owns it. Start by checking your deeds to see if there’s an existing boundary agreement. If there isn’t, have a chat with them to see if you can come to an arrangement yourselves.
In the UK there are actually thousands of smaller towns and villages with a populace under 30,000 and Colne is actually just one of these. Colne features a diverse selection of property styles from traditional to contemporary, whether they be detached, semi-detached, terraced, bungalows or flats. As with the rest of The UK, one of the major issues in Colne is that it now costs thousands of pounds in fees alone to make the move. Stamp duty, solicitor fees and estate agent expenses all contribute to a hefty bill. Because of this it's now come to be common practice for home owners to instead strengthen their property rather than relocate. But what does this involve? This will depend entirely on your Colne home, the living space you have available and your spending budget. Whether or not it's something as low cost and efficient as adding loft lagging, or even a long-term benefit such as an extension, a new boiler or solar power panels, we can help you with your investment. Be sure of getting the perfect cost for whatever you're after by checking quotations from firms in Colne at no obligation.