Being stuck with dull, ugly tiles or inheriting tiles that should’ve left with the 80’s can be frustrating, especially given that replacing them is generally a very messy expense. Before you give up on them too quickly though, wall tiles, just like our walls, can really benefit from a fresh lick of paint. Floor tiles are another kettle of fish - some can be painted (I recommend always a professional do floor tiles) and some can't; namely those tiles in any other areas than a bathroom, toilet or laundry - or anywhere which is going to come into contact with furniture. (Read More)
Jane Eyles-Bennett - Sunday, April 03, 2016
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Checking out what’s happening underfoot in your home or Investment Property can quickly reveal why it is looking tired or out-of-date. Flooring has a drastic influence on the overall appearance of a property.
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Choosing a property to renovate
The current state of the property market has stopped many people, especially investors, in their tracks. Since many investors rely solely on capital growth, now is not a pretty time for them.If you are willing to step outside of the box of ‘what everyone else is doing’, now is the BEST time to be picking up a bargain or using your existing properties to carry out a renovation and make money that way. The trick however is in selecting the right property to renovate.
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