Renovating your home is an exciting venture, but can often be daunting!
Renovating allows you to personalize your home exactly how you would like. With this process though, still comes a lot of thought and planning.
Renovations involve improvements to an existing structure, which is a completely different process to extensions and new builds. Which is why you want to make sure you have a knowledgeable professional guiding you to ensure everything runs smoothly, and your desired outcome is achieved.
Buyers are after a home that feels vibrant and new! This is why keeping your home up to date can always benefit you.
It doesn’t have to involve big, expensive changes. Simple things like new fittings in the kitchen, replacing old furniture, polishing floor boards or a coat of paint can all do wonders for those looking for an easy, quick and efficient improvement.
The Kitchen and Bathroom are the most important rooms of the house. This is what will often make or break the buyers’ decision! How well does the bathroom function? Is there enough storage? Will it be easy to clean? Does it function efficiently for that amount of people? Is it spacious? These are all question you should ask yourself, and this may then help you decide what renovation project is prioritized.
Open your home up!
Buyers are all about the bright, open feel of a home, and you often find in older homes the kitchen, living and dining are all separate rooms. Opening these rooms up give you a sense of gained space, allows air flow through rooms and enhances your home for future prospect.
Stand out from the exterior not only the interior!
The exterior of the home is the first impression of a home. The house may be stunning on the interior, but if it doesn’t have a welcoming feel that invites neighbors/guests/prospective buyers in how will they ever know what else this house has to offer. Simple steps to improve the exteriors, such as; a coat of paint, adding a deck, changing the doors and windows and shaping a garden to be bright and neat can all make a substantial difference.