DIY Tips For New Homeowners: How to Keep Your Carpets Looking New For Years

Whether it’s unsightly marks from everyday foot traffic or an accidental spill, keeping the carpets clean in your new home can feel like a never-ending battle. Luckily, following a few DIY tips can turn what may feel like a losing battle into a winning one. Listed below are 4 must-do carpet cleaning tasks every new homeowner should follow.

Vacuum Often

Dirt and debris left on your carpeting for a prolonged amount of time doesn’t only cause your carpeting to appear dingy, but it also accelerates its aging process. As the dirt gets pushed further into your carpeting, its abrasive quality can slowly ruin the backing of your rug. Unfortunately, that will ultimately lead to a quickened aging rate. Vacuuming your carpets at least once a week can keep them looking fresh and new.

Cleaning Up Spills

How you clean a spill will determine whether or not it leaves a lasting mark. The sooner you begin to blot the area with a clean white cloth the better chance you have at completely eliminating the stain. Ignoring the spill, even for a short time, makes the clean up process much harder and less likely to work. Before applying a cleaning solution to your carpeting, be sure to test it on a small unseen area to safeguard against a discoloration mishap.

Get Rid of Snags

Small snags in your carpeting are inevitable, especially when you have pets. If you do spot an unsightly snag, remember never try to pull it up with your fingers, doing so will only aggravate the problem. Instead, grab a pair of scissors and cut the tiny tear at its base, which should stop it from worsening.

Deep Cleaning

Nothing will breathe life back into your carpeting like a good old deep cleaning. Whether you rent a carpet cleaner or hire a cleaning service, a thorough steam cleaning every six months will ensure your floors remain immaculate through the years.

If you’re a new homeowner and you’re looking for some fun and helpful DIY ideas, please feel free to contact us.

Holiday Home Helper: 12 DIY tips for a fresh New Year

Nothing inspires a week long cleaning marathon quite like the impending threat of holiday houseguests. Everything from polishing the silver to vacuuming the curtains to dusting the light fixtures is on the to-do list, along with groceries, homework and an ever-expanding mound of laundry. The last thing we want to think about is costly, time-consuming home renovations. But what about not-so-costly, quick and easy living improvements that give your home a new look and great feel?

Give your home a holiday boost with these DIY tips and home improvements.

Replace old light fixtures with unique new chandeliers. It will brighten up your living space and make it feel more personal and complete.

New hardware is an inexpensive and easy upgrade for kitchen and bathroom cabinetry. Don’t forget the towel hangers and hooks!

Decorative window film adds a soft elegance to dining room windows in addition to subtle privacy.

Mount a row of hooks over your kitchen counter or inside cabinet doors to store hand towels, cooking utensils and other regularly used items out of eyesight but within easy reach.

Install new house numbers outside your front door, fence, or curb by the road to make you easier to find.

Hang a shelf above a doorway. Paint a shelf and two brackets the same color as your trim, then attach at the studs flanking the door. Use it to display decorative dishes, knickknacks or travel souvenirs.

Fix battery powered LED lighting to the underside of your kitchen cabinets to instantly illuminate your counter space.

Doorways aren’t the only place for shelves. Empty walls and cubbyholes will benefit from a slab or two, adding storage and making the blank space more visually pleasing.

Add finials to your staircase for a more elegant and finished look.

Repaint your front door a fresh, lively color to create an upbeat entry way.

Old and outdated backsplash can be given new life with a fresh coat of paint too. Just scuff up the tiles with a bit of medium grain sand paper and roll on one to two coats of paint.

Replace your old, worn out light switch and outlet covers with clean new ones. These can also be painted for a unique and more personal look.

Just a few of these small upgrades will make a noticeable difference in your day-to-day life, and add to the ease and joy of living and working inside your home.

Wishing you a cozy holiday season!

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DIY Tips: Eight Clever Bathroom Remodeling Ideas When You Are on a Budget and Want to Sell Your Home (Part II)

“We need to have our bathroom remodeled so we can put this house on the market,” you say to your significant other. But a bathroom remodel doesn’t come cheap when you’re on a budget; the cost ranges between $10,000 and $15,000—and that’s just an ordinary renovation. That’s money you don’t currently have, but it’s okay. Last week we checked out the first four of the eight DIY tips for updating your bathroom when you’re on a budget. Now, let’s look over the last fabulous four ideas.

Use Less Tile

Let’s face it, tile is really expensive—particularly if you employ a contractor to put it in for you. To save the green stuff, use tile sparingly. Apply a horizontal strip of tile on one wall and paint the other walls. You could also only install tile on your floor which is a high-impact area.

But if you have to have that expensive, artistic tile you’ve had your eye on for months, then just purchase a few of them and use them as an accent piece beside less expensive tile. You’ll save plenty of money and the artistic tile will really pop.

Paint to Your Heart’s Content

You don’t have a pile of money to spend? That’s okay, painting is a terrific way to give your bathroom a fresh look and it’s the least expensive. Buy a satin finish, top-quality paint because a bathroom can become humid and mildew and mold like to grow there. Applying a special bathroom ceiling paint is a good investment as it aids in resisting mold growth.

Keep in mind, though, that this won’t be a quick paint job—even if your bathroom is the smallest room in your home. You’re going to need a healthy supply of painter’s tape and patience as you paint gently and slowly around the tub or shower, mirror, switch plates, floor, window, sink, toilet and wall corners.

Renew Grout and Caulk

This is a great—and often neglected—way to update your bathroom at a low cost. When grout and caulk gets dirty, it looks disgusting. For just a few bucks you can make your bathroom glisten by applying clean, straight lines of caulk around your sink and tub and washing the grout

Upgrade to “Green”

When creating an up-to-date bathroom, remember the environment. By purchasing repurposing materials you can look for good ideas. A brilliant idea is to make soap dispensers out of mason canning jars.

Low-flow shower heads, toilets and sinks will save money in addition to saving water. Additionally, traditional faucets and shower heads are priced less than or the same as water-saving ones.

Would you like another awesome idea? Search for three antique, cool-looking tin cans. Grab an old, 2-foot plank and drill the tin cans beside one another into the plank. Next, drill the plank into the bathroom wall. Now you’ve got really neat storage for your bathroom amenities such as toothpaste, Q-tips, toothbrushes and combs and brushes. Likewise, you can utilize old barn wood for shelves.

Whenever you use something old, you’ll decrease your consumption and will most likely save money. But remember to give back; donate any items that you remove from your bathroom to Habitat for Humanity ReStore or your neighborhood Goodwill store.

In addition to these wonderful ideas, there’s more good news! When you want to sell your home, the bathroom upgrade will add value. You could receive a good amount of money that you put into the remodel.

So, you see, you don’t need to take out a second loan on your house just to pay for a bathroom upgrade. These eight fantastic ideas will spruce up your bath and make it look like you went all out with renovations. Please contact us when you’re ready to sell your home.

DIY Tips: Eight Clever Bathroom Remodeling Ideas When You Are on a Budget and Want to Sell Your Home (Part I)

You know your bathroom is in desperate need of a makeover before you can even attempt to sell your home. However, the average cost of a renovation is between $10,000 and $15,000; yet if you want an upscale bath, you’re talking about $20,000 to $25,000. Sadly, you know that throwing down even $10,000 to create an ideal bathroom is nothing but a fantasy right now. But don’t despair, you won’t need to win the lottery to make that bathroom remodel wish come true; there’s lots of ways to redesign your bathroom into a cool, comfy space. In fact, if you do the job yourself or have willing friends that have remodeled their house, you can just spend about $3,000 or even less than $1,000. It all depends on how much remodeling you want to do and how much you can safely afford to spend.

Let’s explore the first four of eight DIY tips that you can do to remodel your bathroom when you’re on a budget.

Save Money on Countertops

Granite countertops have been all the rage for a few years and are a pretty low investment for a bathroom. But how in the world can you be frugal when buying granite? There are slabs of granite that contain imperfections. The slabs that have the most imperfections will be the least pricey. Don’t forget that your sink—or sinks for a master bathroom—will be taking up much of the space; the imperfection may end up being near the faucet or sink which means you might not be able to see it anyway. Survey a wide range of color strips for your countertops. The neutral colors such as light beige, tan and brown are favored making them steeply priced.

Another easy way to save on your countertops is to create “dresser sinks” by utilizing an old dresser as a sink pedestal. To make one you just have to cut into the back of the dresser for the sink pipes; for the sink, you’ll need to cut out a hole in the top of the dresser, removing an inside drawer or two as needed. In retail stores, these same “dresser sinks” go for thousands of dollars. But with the correct tools, a bit of patience and an old dresser, you can design your own.

Modernize Your Fixtures

Never overlook the little things. Items such as sink faucets, drawer pulls, light fixtures and towel racks might seem meaningless, yet they can create a whole new look for your bathroom. The best news is that these things aren’t very expensive to upgrade.

Think of unique ways to obtain your fixtures rather than going to IKEA or an expensive home improvement store. If you want an industrial look to your bathroom, consider using old plumbing for towel racks. They won’t cost a penny if you’re lucky enough to grab some old plumbing out of an old home that’s about to be demolished.

Don’t Purchase New—Do a Makeover

It would cost you an arm and a leg to have your old shower or tub replaced; so a cheaper way to go is have a professional refinish it for you. Don’t do this for shower and sink fixtures, however, since it’s cheaper to just replace them. Why is it more expensive to refinish shower and sink fixtures? Contractors who offer this type of service do so at a high price because the few people that do use the service have antique fixtures.

But there’s good news! If you’d rather not part with your old-fashioned tub or fixtures that are made from fiberglass, porcelain or cast iron, you could do the refinishing yourself. It will require a small investment and lots of time. A simple do-it-yourself refinishing kit costs about $100 to $150; don’t forget that you’ll need other things as well: a high-volume/low pressure spray gun, plastic tarps, paint brushes, a fan, masking tape, a top-quality sander, safety goggles, gloves and face masks. There are plenty of bathroom refinishing instructional videos on the internet for you to view.

Acquire Used Products

To save more of your money, consider purchasing used items like sinks or fixtures by exploring Etsy. Attempt to search with words such as “upcycled” or “bathroom”. The possibilities are endless as to what you could find there to accessorize your bathroom. For example, you may find metal shelving in the shape of a check mark which would be neat for storing folded towels. You might also discover an artist that uses old, colorful Tupperware as lamps—what a fun way to brighten a bathroom!

Other terrific place to get items for your bathroom are by perusing Craigslist or eBay as well as your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore which sells necessary home items like mirrors, doors, sinks and much more.

So what do you think? They’re pretty cool ideas so far, right? Please join us in next week’s blog to examine the last four bathroom remodeling ideas. In the meantime, please contact us if you want more information.

Pumpkins and Apples and Leaves-Oh My! 5 Warm and Cozy Autumn DIY Decorating Tips For Your Home

Any New Englander knows that autumn is hands down the best time of year. The air has turned crisp, cool, and comfortable, football season is in full swing, and the breeze always seems to carry the smell of warm apple pies. So whether you are new to the area, or a veteran of the quintessential New England autumn, embrace the season and have some fun by dressing up your house. Check out these awesome autumn DIY decorating tips for outside your home:

1. Pumpkin Wreath Chandelier

Who knows decorating better than Martha Stewart? This rustic decoration is a charming way to light your porch and welcome guests on a cool fall evening. The warm colors from fallen leaves and miniature pumpkins casts a cozy glow over your home. Make several and hang them from ceiling hooks in front of your windows for an inviting atmosphere. This project is fairly simple and uses easy-to-find materials like miniature pumpkins, leaves from your lawn, and a grapevine wreath. Get the simple directions here.

2. Repurposed Porch Decor

As those of us living in Connecticut know, the state is an antiques hot spot. If you love finding incredible old treasures and turning them into something new, check out the Connecticut Antiques Trail. You can find some of the materials to make a beautiful autumn porch display. A delightful old wagon filled with gourds, an antique frame turned chalkboard (with a welcoming message!), a rustic basket overflowing with mums, and a warm, fuzzy plaid blanket create a porch decoration that makes your home look warm and fuzzy.

3. Apples, Apples, Apples!

Don’t restrict your use of apples this autumn to pies and cider-in addition to being supremely tasty, they also make excellent decorations! This adorable rustic apple porch decor will make people want to stop in off the street for a seat at your charming home. Your porch will exude homespun warmth with a hand-painted, apple-green table adorned with a red and white plaid tablecloth. Top your table with mason jars full of cider and autumn tableware. Add large hay bales for seats, wooden crates topped with yellow mums, and a wooden wheelbarrow brimming with fresh apples.

4. Mailbox Magic

Why stop at the front door? Bring your autumn decorations all the way to the street by sprucing up your mailbox. Dried cornstalks are a perfect decoration for mailboxes because they are tall and eye-catching. In addition to your cornstalks, arrange some hay bales around your mailbox and top them with potted mums and pumpkins for a quick, easy, and colorful mailbox decoration.

5. Painted Pumpkins

Pumpkins are a versatile fall decoration. Carve them, paint them, leave them in all their orange glory-any way you look at it, they make beautiful decor. Try giving your pumpkins a magical look with a shimmery metallic silver paint, or create different patterns by wrapping rubber bands around your pumpkin before painting. Pair painted pumpkins with rustic lanterns-you could even put a miniature pumpkin inside some of your lanterns for a different effect!

Living in Connecticut is all about embracing the changing seasons. New England offers the chance to appreciate cool, brightly colored autumn days, and sparkling snowy winters. Dressing up your home for each season is all part of the fun of living here. Please contact us for more DIY tips for your home.

Do It Yourself Tips: Emboss Your Switch Plates to Match The Light Fittings

Have you ever moved to a new home, installed the perfect light fittings but were taken aback by how they looked next to your room’s existing switch plates? If so, you’ll appreciate what we found out about modifying and replacing switch plates. Surprisingly, converting a ho-um, contemporary switch plate into a fantastic, vintage one is actually pretty easy. For instance, you could purchase metal plates and then emboss or tin stamp them. Embossing is the easier of the two, do it yourself options.

All you need to emboss your old switch plates and make them match your vintage light fittings are the following:

  • Aluminum Foil Tape
  • X-Acto Knife
  • Scissors
  • Plastic or Metal Spoon
  • Cutting Board
  • Design Template
  • Pencil or Stylus

Begin by cutting a piece of aluminum foil tape that is big enough to cover the front of the switch plate and wrap around the sides. Next, peel off the sticky backing and affix the tape to the switch plate taking care to completely cover all edges. Do not cover the entire back portion of the switch plate as no one will see it and it may interfere with the wiring later on down the road. Proceed by using the back of the plastic or metal spoon to carefully smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles that may be present. Once the switch plate’s surface is smooth again, it will be time to start decorating.

Place the design template you’ve chosen to use and place it over top of the covered switch plate. Continue by using your pencil or stylus to trace the desired pattern on to the plate. Although aluminum foil tape is traditionally tear resistant, use a good deal of caution and an even hand when tracing your design. Otherwise, you might end up breaking through the tape, thereby exposing the underlying plastic. When you’re done embossing the design on to your switch plate, simply remove the template. Finally, affix your DIY vintage switch plate on to the wall and enjoy!

To discover more ways to light up those switch plates and other areas of a new home, please contact us.

DIY Tips: New Englanders Shouldn’t Neglect Sliding Glass Doors During Storms

Hurricanes are not just a problem in Florida. As history has taught us, they can hit New England too. The same may be said for tropical storms and thunderstorms that boast high-powered winds. When they roll through the Constitution State, it is important for property owners and renters to think about their homes’ sliding glass doors.

Although strong, sliding glass doors are no match for flying debris and hurricane force winds. As such, they often break or leak. On a positive note, manufacturers have improved their sliding glass door offerings over the years. Consequently, many offerings come with impact-resistant glazing systems, specialized frames and custom glass. Nonetheless, we would like to remind everyone to take a series of do it yourself precautions before each storm hits.  We’ve itemized them below:

  • Replace Worn Out, Sliding Glass Doors with New Ones
  • Cover Sliding Glass Doors with Wind Debris Panels
  • Replace Old Weather-Stripping and Gaskets

Taking such preventive steps should help keep sliding glass doors intact throughout the worst of the storm. Unfortunately, Mother Nature may choose to disagree and leave homes in disarray. So if the doors sustain damage anyway, DIY folks may be able to ask local fabricators to help replace the glass.

As long as the roads are clear, many fabricators will visit storm damaged homes and assess glass sliding door damage. They also welcome those property owners who would prefer to bring their broken doors into the shop and do the repairs themselves. Once the amount of damage that has been done to the glass sliding doors has been assessed, they can make recommendations accordingly. In some instances, it may be safer to replace the entire glass sliding door whereas other situations may only call for minor repairs. To find more DIY storm preparation tips, please contact us today.

Four Do it Yourself (DIY) Tips For Renovating Your Bathroom


Doing bathroom renovation’s yourself can scare many homeowners, but you might be surprised at just how big a difference you can make to your bathroom without bringing in the professionals. Whether your bathroom needs renovating because it is too cramped or because you haven’t yet been able to give it any definite sense of style, these do it yourself (diy) tips can come in handy.


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Courtesy of the Manter Realty Group


Courtesy of the Manter Realty Group

Courtesy of the Manter Realty Group

When considering bathroom renovations, one of the initial steps to take is scanning the room’s fixtures.  The first step toward an utter transformation of a bathroom with a serious case of the blahs can be accomplished all by yourself with the replacement of every last tiresome bit of chrome and each cabinet handle that lacks personality. Just think what a difference you can make with this DIY tip for renovating the bathroom: instead of the same old traditional chrome fixtures, you can walk into a bathroom shining with antique brass, polished nickel, baked enamel or even gold plate. As for cabinet handles and pulls, well, the limit of your budget will reach a breaking point far before the limit of your imagination. And the best part is that replacing faucets, handles and pulls are very much within the do it yourself limitations of most homeowners.  Another do it yourself tip: don’t forget to s wap out the old shower head that was there when you moved in for the latest in shower head misting technology. Wait till you see the dazzling array of shower heads that massage, mist and do just about everything except buff the corns on your feet.


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Courtesy of the Manter realty Group

Among all the do it yourself (DIY) tips for renovating your bathroom that you may be likely to overlook or put off as beyond your capabilities, adding or replacing molding is the one most likely to make a dramatic impact, A sense of elegance, wealth, taste and even that indefinable thing called style can be accomplished with nothing more difficult than stripping existing trim and nailing in something new. Moldings capable of transforming the very essence of your bathroom are readily available in a dizzying choice of materials, colors and design.  Here’s a couple of do it yourself tips for achieving a distinct character: go with hardwood molding to achieve a traditional sense of style and opt for high-density polyurethane trim molding if you want something more contemporary or, paradoxically, more ornate.


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Courtesy of the Manter Realty Group


One of the do it yourself tips for renovating your bathroom that you will discover offers nearly unlimited opportunity for creative expression is tiling Tile is available for bathroom floors, walls, showers and just about anywhere else you might want to place it. And just in case you think that tiling any spot in the bathroom hardly qualifies as a DIY project, you should know that you will be presented with a quite a choice when you go shopping for tile. Some of them will require a lot of more work to achieve your dream bathroom while other types will easily wind up not even taking up an entire weekend.  And here’s two DIY tips for using tile to renovate your bathroom: buy individual colors of vibrancy that you randomly place into your tile design or get really imaginative and design a complex wall tile mural.

Small Bathroom Renovation

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Courtesy of the Manter Realty Group


Paint… Paint…..Paint. When it comes to renovating a small bathroom, a number of do it yourself tips can all do wonders depending on the situation. If an overabundance of white is contributing to the sense of confinement in your bathroom, a very dramatic makeover can be accomplished with something as easy to turn into a DIY project as introducing vivid new colors via paint or wallpaper. Speaking of wallpaper, using the small border type can make a small bathroom’s ceiling seem higher. If you don’t like wallpaper, the same sense of height can be created with a paint job that bleeds down the wall. Putting up a larger mirror can expand the horizontal line of a small bathroom. A total paint makeover using soft greens, pinks and blues will instill a greater sense of space in a small bathroom. Replace a standard cabinet sink with pedestal model to actually create more room.


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Do it yourself (diy) tips for heavy snow removal…because it will snow again


A few weeks ago, we mentioned the Meriden Daffodil Festival, set for April 27th and 28th.  If we’re lucky, some parts of Connecticut will have dug out from under Nemo by then.snow shovel

The storm called Nemo was quite extraordinary, hitting Connecticut particularly hard.  Milford “won,” gettting the most snow at 38 inches, followed by Oxford at 36.2 and Hamden at an even 36.  That’s a yard of snow!  “So, how many inches did you guys get?” “A yard!”  Throw in some of the worst wind we’ve ever seen (Westport gusting up to 82 mph and New Haven at 47!), and this was a storm that needed a much more nefarious name than Nemo.

Fortunately, not all storms are going to be this bad, but let’s not kid oursevles; it snows here in Connecticut.  And if you’re digging out of the last one, or getting ready for the next one, here are some do it yourself tips for snowy winter living.

First things first–digging out.  Make sure you’re wearing good winter clothing, and avoid touching snow with your bare skin, because that sort of thing can lead to frostbite.

Next, remember that snow is heavy.  It’s really a form of weight-lifting and that’s some serious exercise.  Just as you wouldn’t go to the gym and pick up the heaviest weights possible, you need to remember not to overload your shovel.  As you clear the snow from your sidewalks and driveway, remember to take it easy, take breaks, and keep hydrated!

If you have a snow blower, that part of your job is a little easier, but you have to remember to be careful.  Sometimes a snow-blower will clog up and need the packed-in snow to be cleared.  DO NOT! reach right in there with your hand to free things up.  Even with the power off, there may still be tension in the snow-blower’s blades; when some snow is cleared, it could whip around and lead to one of the 5,700 annual snow-blower related ER visits.

snow removalOnce you do get cleared out and ready to return to normal, here are some tips to make sure you get through the next storm with minimal fuss:

Check your heating systems, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and, if you can, have a safe alternate heating source like a clean fireplace or reliable space heater.

Stock up on supplies–gas, food, batteries, water, medications, toiletries.  That way, you won’t have to brave the roads because you’re out of something.  Some of this you can plan ahead for, and others you’ll want to remember to do just before the storm hits; filling your car with gas, for example, as the last thing you do before you head home to hunker down.

The phrase goes “Misery loves company,” but sometimes we think it’s more accurate to say “Misery loves company that is more miserable.”  So while we’re digging out of Nemo, we can at least point towards upstate New York, parts of which see 100 inches of snow each year, even without major storms like this.  And then we can say “Hey, Connecticut living is pretty darn good!”

To get started on this pretty darn good living, all you have to do is contact us.

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Do it Yourself (diy) Tips to Get Your Home Ready to List in the Spring

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If you’re thinking of listing your house in the spring, then winter is the perfect time to do some things around the house to prepare.  These simple do it yourself (diy) tips will make your house sell faster, for more money, making the process less stressful for your family.


This is the first recommendation of every realtor out there.  Get rid of some stuff.  Some recommend removing half the furniture in your rooms.  It makes the rooms seem bigger, cleaner, and welcoming.


We’re not just talking scrubbing the tubs and dusting the ceiling fans here, although that is something you need to do (and what a great way to use a chilly winter day).  Pull everything out of all your closets, get rid of what you can, and organize whatever must stay.  Storage is a huge issue for home buyers, and a clean and organized closet will make them see how well they can use the space too.


You may still be in love with the lime green office walls and the bright pink bathroom, but other people probably don’t share your tastes.  Even if it’s boring, it’s time to paint all the walls a neutral color, appealing to the masses.  Don’t forget the molding and baseboards too.  Painting those will give the house an instant facelift.

Remove Personal Touches

Family photos are so important to many people, but it’s hard for buyers to imagine themselves in a house that has a lot of personalization.  Replace some of the photos with generic art, and take down things like children’s growth charts or awards.

Find Paperwork

While cleaning out those closets, set aside paperwork that is pertinent to the sale of the house.  You will need the deed, as well as things like receipts and manuals for major upgrades including furnaces, hot water heaters, appliances, and other items that stay with the house.

Getting ready to show a house doesn’t happen overnight, and things will go much smoother if you have the luxury of preparing ahead of time.

You may even need to rent a small storage unit for a short amount of time to make your house ready, but it will be worth it when spring rolls around, the buyers start looking, and your house sells quickly. Contact us to find out more about selling your house Connecticut.


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