Home Improvement Tips to Get Your Home Ready For Spring
Thursday, March 07th , 2013
We can finally start to wave goodbye to the wintry weather, the gale force winds and the endless rain because spring’s on the way and there’s a chance that the sun will make an appearance soon! Unfortunately as the freezing fog begins to lift, we awake from our winter hibernation and take a look at our homes…oh dear. After a harsh winter it’s not quite looking its best!
Well, if you’re hoping to have friends and family over for early summer BBQs then you’d better get your home looking tip top; luckily, here at Bygone Windows we’ve got some top tips to help you do just that!
Lighter Shades Can Make a Room Look Bigger
If a room looks particularly small or cramped then use lighter shades on your walls to make the room appear bigger.
Natural light is reflected from lighter shades to make a space appear airy and light.
Don’t Underestimate Your Flooring
Let’s face it, if your flooring looks tatty then so will the rest of the room so make this one of your priorities. Replace or renovate your flooring and you’ll find that the whole room is uplifted.
Windows, Windows, Windows!
Your windows affect the appearance of both the inside and outside of your home so if you’re going to start anywhere on your home improvement then it should be your windows.
Your home security as well as energy efficiency relies heavily on the quality of your windows, so always opt for the highest standard available.
Here at Bygone Windows we are exceptionally proud of the quality of our windows and if you’re thinking of replacing your windows then we should be your first port of call. For more information please browse our site or get in touch with us directly on 0800 0484 671.
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