Whether you’ve just moved into a new house or are looking to sell your home, there are multiple reasons why you may consider embarking on a home improvement project.
Here at Williams Windows, we have put together a couple of ways you can dramatically improve your living space, and in certain circumstances, add more value to your property.
First Impressions Count
They say your first impression is the last impression you’ll make. When it comes to property, an inviting entrance acts as a teaser of what is on the inside. If you’re trying to sell your home, you ideally want as many people over the threshold as possible. If your front door comes straight out onto a public pathway, consider adding hanging flower pots around your front door. If you’re not keen on the idea of maintaining flowers, ensure any plaques that show your address or door number are polished and easily recognisable. Make sure that you score that proverbial first tick from potential buyers from the outset.
A home can easily begin to look cluttered if it has a lack of efficient storage. No home improvement project would be complete without a huge reorganisation. When changing the interior of their home, many people also begin sorting through their belongings, working out what they should keep and what they should throw away or donate.
If you have no discernible cupboard space, consider tidying rarely used belonging away in clear storage boxes that can be tucked under beds or stacked up in the bottom of your wardrobe. A good rule of thumb is, if you haven’t needed to use the item within one year, you’re probably safe to get rid of it, with the exception of sentimental items.
The team at Williams Windows have been seeing individuals through their home improvement projects for many years. With a wealth of experience in installing a wide range of windows, doors and conservatories, we understand just how much a few small changes can make to the overall aesthetic and comfort of your home. If you would like more information on our services, please contact us today on 0208 428 5433.