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You don’t need to be in the process of selling your home to benefit from improving your home. If you plan on staying in your house for many years to come, it will be good to make the home as appealing as possible. However, if you plan on selling your home, this is the ideal time of year to bring it up to a higher standard.

Get busy improving your home

It is likely you will do some spring cleaning, and you may plant flowers in the garden. However, there is a lot to be said for carrying out repairs, and making your home more efficient. If you are worried about the cost of the process, you may be surprised at how much work you can do yourself. In some cases, it is best to call on an expert for support, but in other times, getting on with the task at hand is a great idea.

Spring is on the way. For many homeowners, this is a time to freshen up their property with either a deep clean or spot of DIY.

Some quick tips you can do at home include:

  • Check the pipes and plumbing after winter
  • Review the fencing in your garden and carry out repairs
  • Review your guttering and make improvements where you can
  • Protect your paintwork around the house
  • Get to work in the garden

When it comes to repair work for your roof or central heating system, leave it to the experts. However, you can make the most of the small jobs that make a difference, making your home more appealing.

You can transform your home in many ways

Tarquin Purdie is the CEO of HaMuch.com, and he said; “Spring is almost upon us and with it comes a long list of DIY chores after months of cold and wet winter weather. For the large part, these will be small jobs that don’t require a full overhaul but be warned, neglecting these small tasks can soon see them snowball into much larger, more serious problems.”

Balancing the standard of work with time and cost is crucial, and there is no uniform answer. Some people will be capable of doing a good job while other people may be advised to leave it to the experts.

Tarquin said; “With these tips, you should find a good balance between DIY jobs you can handle yourself and the smaller jobs that require a bit of budget for a skilled tradesperson. But by keeping on top of them and catching them in the early stages, you’ll end up spending a few hundred pounds, rather than thousands.”

We know presenting your home is a crucial part of the sales process, and we can help you with every aspect. If you are looking to sell your home this year, we can arrange a property valuation. We can take you from start to end of the sales process, and if you need support, contact Austin Property Services today.

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