Tuesday, December 1, 2020

4 Things To Update To Make Your Home Stand Out When Selling

 When you go to sell your home, there may be plenty of things that you have on your to-do list, in order to make your home look perfect to buyers. But although cleaning and tidying up your home are great and important things to do when going to sell, everyone else (or most people, at least) that your competition are also doing the same thing. So, how do you make your home stand out? Here are 4 things up update to make your home stand out when selling:

Add Hardwood Floors

Do you want floors that will draw potential buyers in quickly? If so, get hardwood floors! Hardwood floors are so classic and they will last forever with the right care. I’ve seen homes that are hundreds of years old with great floors (thanks, hardwood!). If you are looking for a company that can help you create the picture perfect hardwood floors, check out TriArt Hardwood Floors. They are a fully licensed and insured Atlanta hardwood flooring company that has built its reputation on our commitment to quality craftsmanship and excellent customer experience – throughout each and every phase of a project. TriArt Hardwood Floors is proud to be a NWFA Member and a Certified Professional. This means that they are not only the best in the business, but they are experts in their field, as well, with continued education and training. “In an ongoing quest to better serve their clients, the TriArt team is committed to growing their knowledge and skills by taking part in ongoing education in design, architecture & woodworking. Their goal on every job is to exceed the client’s expectations.”

The owner of TriArt Hardwood Floors, Hugo Simoes, leads his team with one goal in mind: “Quality matters!” Hugo loves nothing more than sharing his expertise in design, flooring and finishes. And his team is committed to doing the work properly so that their floors will withstand the test of time. What started as a hobby for him evolved into a career as he learned about science and art behind hardwood flooring.

Update Your Shower

The things that I have always heard to focus on when doing home improvements is the floor, the appliances, the kitchen, and the bathroom. Seems like the whole house, right? Ha! Bathroom upgrades are always a great go-to, though, and if you are just re-tiling and maybe adding a shelf or two, you can do it for a great price. For example, the average shower tile only costs about $500 or so (give or take some). If you DIY, you can save a lot on labor, too! A good shower is everything when going to sell your home. 

Upgraded Appliances 

Kitchen appliances are one of the most important aspects of any kitchen. These days many homebuyers are looking for sleek appliances with smart-tech and eco-friendly features. These can include WiFi-enabled refrigerators and dishwashers that connect to your smart home ecosystem and can be controlled using your voice or an app. Large appliances that use a lot of energy are some of the main kitchen features that homebuyers want to be eco-friendly, both for the environment and their energy bill. So, if you’re planning on replacing appliances like your refrigerator or dishwasher before listing your home, opt for an energy-saving model. And as you’re looking for eco-friendly kitchen appliances, make sure you look for the Energy Star label. Kitchen upgrades like these can help set your home apart from others in your area and make a lasting impression on buyers.

A Fresh Coat Of Paint

As much as we would all love an endless budget to upgrade our kitchen with the newest appliances and smart-home gadgets, that’s not always the case. Luckily, sometimes all a kitchen needs is a modern backsplash or a fresh coat of paint. Consider adding white subway tile or, for a more unique style, you could add a patterned tile to your backsplash. When it comes to painting the kitchen walls and ceiling, you can never go wrong with a white or neutral color - like a light grey! However, if you want to add character to your kitchen while still complimenting its modern style, you could paint the walls a fresh yet subtle shade of blue. That is always a nice touch and it’s super southern too (perfect for Georgia!).

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