We’ve put together a handy list to get you started so that your home’s ready to go when winter rolls around.
LET THE LIGHT SHINE IN
A well lit property will feel inviting and comfortable whereas a dark and shadowy home will quickly put buyers off.
Naturally the weather’s a little darker and colder in winter but that doesn’t mean your home should be. A well-lit property will feel inviting and comfortable whereas a dark and shadowy home will quickly put buyers off.
To make sure that doesn’t happen, ensure all windows are clean, blinds are pulled back and that nothing is obstructing sunlight from streaming in. On the inspection day turn on all lamps and overhead lights.
If necessary, trim overhanging trees and plants that are shading your windows and place extra lighting in rooms that lack natural light.