Increase your home's value by resurfacing key areas

There are really great ways you can add value to your home without breaking the bank.  Here are some ideas from the team at Beta Bathrooms:

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1.  Paint inside and out

 

One of the easiest and most cost effective ways of improving the 'sellability' of  your home is a good coat of paint! Nothing quite says 'new' like a home with a fresh coat of paint!  The home is left looking clean, fresh and modern - and for any home buyer - that is very attractive.  Just remember to select neutral colours that will appeal to the mass market - you don't want someone else having to deal with your own  eclectic and exotic taste in colours.  

 

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2.  Resurface all cupboard doors

 

Resurfacing your kitchen and bedroom cupboard doors is by far the cheapest and most effective ways of giving a room a whole new look.  Resurfacing one's kitchen and bedroom cupboard doors results in a savings of over 75% of the cost of new - and the room gets a whole new look.  Resurfacing dark doors with a light colour will result in the room looking bigger.  Conversely resurfacing light coloured doors with w dark colour will result in the room looking cosier.

 

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3.  Resurface the bath, tiles, basin, toilet, shower base or vanity slab

 

The bathroom has been known to be a deal maker or breaker in the sale or rental transaction of a property.  I know for my myself - it's the first room I check out when hiring accommodation - if the bathrooms are clean and respectable - one can very much rely on the rest of the space being in a great condition.   Bathroom units that are faded, scratched, chipped or have  holes in it could end up costing the owner a fortune to replace.  Never-mind the money - consider the time and effort required to replace all these items!  Suddenly resurfacing sounds like a perfect solution.

 

 

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4.  Re-plating your taps

 

Did you know that you can re-plate all the taps in your home? Taps and kitchen and bathroom fittings can be refurbished in a choice of chrome, brass, nickel or gold plating.

 

 

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4.  Resurfacing the aluminium window frames.

 

Aluminium window frames can either look great or really grotty - especially when they have weather and builder damage to them.  Not many people know that resurfacing aluminium window frames are a quick and affordable fix to creating a clean and new look for your home interior and exterior.

 

As you can see there are many ways for you to safe money while renovating and restoring your home to look as good as new!  Don't replace.  Resurface.  Contact Stephen Lambrick on 062 1960 680

 

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