Spruce Up Your Home Before Placing It On The Market

The worst-case scenario for a homeowner who puts their home on the market is for it to remain unsold months or even years down the line, particularly if you already have your eye on another home. You need to make sure your home is as appealing as possible to buyers so that they are inclined to make an offer rather than give it short shrift.

Here are just a few ideas of how you can make your home irresistible:


Most people aspire to live in a home with a beautifully arranged garden. The last thing anyone wants to see is an over-grown lawn which over time has slowly been neglected. Get a mower and strimmer and give your garden a good tidying up. Don’t forget to also plant a few seeds to really help your home blossom.

Windows and Doors
When a buyer first approaches your home they will more than likely stand back and take a good long hard look at the exterior. If your existing windows and doors fail to cut the mustard in terms of visual appeal then it will be an immediate turn-off. This can be avoided by replacing them and putting a set of aluminium windows and aluminium doors in their place.

Once inside the home a buyer will expect to be able to get in and around the property with no fuss, this means that homes should be free of clutter. If your home is over-run with belongings then think about buying extra storage solutions or looking into aluminium conservatories as they can massively extend space and the resale value of the property.

For a whole host of other ingenious home improvement measures why not visit Hazlemere and our fantastic High Wycombe showroom. Our team are on hand to answer all your questions.


Our showrooms are our shop windows and we have invested heavily to create extensive displays that best showcase our large range of windows, doors and living spaces. You will receive a warm welcome, plus a proper coffee, and the choice to browse at your leisure without interruption.


Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 08000 825 825

Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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