He said: “Potential buyers tend to spend the most of their time inspecting this room when they are viewing a property, and high quality finishings can help persuade them that it’s the right house for them.”
However Simon highlighted that improving a kitchen doesn’t have to mean an expensive redesign of the whole room.
He continued: “If a brand new kitchen isn’t going to be time or cost effective, consider just replacing the cupboards or reconditioning what you already have.
“People spend so much time in the kitchen that, whatever you do, it’s important that it looks appealing.”
A brand new kitchen could give your home an eight percent value boost, according to the experts.