Appearances are everything when you're trying to sell your house. Not only must your home be cleaner than it's ever been, but it must also look as inviting as possible. Flattering lighting, proper organization and smart furniture arrangement is more important now than it ever has been.
These tips will help you make your home look its best:
The number one rule of staging a home is that dim lightning can turn off potential buyers.
A fence can be a great way to add privacy to your home, keep pets from running off, or keep wandering animals out of your yard. Installing one isn't as simple as just sticking a few posts in the ground, though. Be sure to take these steps before installing a fence:
1. Check Local Rules and Laws
Just because it's your property doesn't necessarily mean you can build any type of fence wherever you want.
If you're getting ready to embark on some home improvement projects, don't forget about your windows. Your windows account for a majority of the energy loss in your home if they are not insulated or installed properly. If your windows are over 10 years old, you may want to consider having them replaced with energy-efficient models. Here are a few benefits of switching out your old drafty windows with airtight replacements.
Lower Utility Bills
The biggest benefit to having new windows installed is lowered utility bills.