The spring has finally arrived in Australia and homeowners are starting to emerge from the depths of winter with big plans for their interiors. This is the perfect time of year for transitions and changes, so it is no surprise that so many people are investing in transformations.
There is some widely used terminology in the window industry. Knowing what these terms mean is a
great help when it comes to understanding the industry jargon associated with insulation, energy
issues and climatic zones.
Here’s a quick guide to some commonly used terms - and what they actually mean!
Most people have their carpets cleaned on a regular basis. Even if there are no stains it is important to have a deep clean that will bring the pile back up to look like new again. Did you ever think about not only cleaning but sanitising your carpets, upholstery, curtains and mattresses.
So often first impressions are lasting ones so the presentation of your home for sale is extremely important. Both inside and out should be clean, neat and tidy. Your home should have street appeal and a cared for appearance so that prospective buyers are instantly attracted to your property and not overwhelmed by too many things that need fixing.
Your bedroom should be one of your favourite parts of your home; somewhere that you feel relaxed and happy. If your bedroom has you uninspired and waking up feeling flat, it is time to make some changes.