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    Making your New Home your Own

    Moving house is a busy and exiting time. Once you’ve got the keys to your new property and start moving your belongings in, you now have to settle in. Getting comfortable in your new surroundings is really important, especially as moving is an incredibly stressful time. There are plenty of ways you can make your new house feel comfortable. Here are just a few suggestions that I think will make your new home feel your own.

    Redecorate

    One of the first things most of us do when viewing a property, is envisage what we would do to it, to make it our own. Painting and decorating is one of the obvious ways to make a house a home and inject your own personal style into a property. Try to decorate as soon as possible after the move to avoid getting distracted by daily life, and remember to focus on priority areas, such as children’s bedrooms and the rooms that will be most used.

    If moving with young children, let them choose their bedroom theme or help with choosing paint colours to help them adapt to their new home.

    Notice Room for Improvement

    Sadly, most of us will inherit some property problems when we move. The best time to notice and tackle issues that need fixing, such as damp, is when you have a blank canvas. Before finishing unpacking and truly settling in, make note of where there is room for improvement. Writing a list is a great way to highlight work that needs doing, especially if you rank it in order of importance and tackle the most problematic issues first.

    Clean

    As plenty of people redecorate before putting their property on the market, you may find that you don’t actually need to do that much painting and decorating to make it your home. In this case, you may want to consider some ‘extreme’ cleaning, so that it feels newly redecorated.

    Having a property professionally cleaned before the first week of living in a new home so that all blank surfaces, carpets and commodities are free from unwanted smells and dirt that can build up over time.

    Our network of tradespeople have a wide selection of skills that can help your house become a home. If you’re looking to find a tradesperson in Bristol to carry out work in your new property, then why not check out our list of approved tradespeople or give us a call on 0117 908 1198 with your enquiry.

    Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014

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