Hot heating tips for your home this autumn

Hot heating tips for your home this autumn

As summer draws to a close and the cooler weather hits, we all dust off our jackets and jumpers to brave the chill. As we keep ourselves warm, it is also time to consider how well our houses stay warm when the mercury drops. This is important not only for liveability but to ensure you can present a cosy dwelling during an inspection or auction.

Consider the following real estate tips as we lead into winter:

BUYERS - Inspect during wet and cold weather
For buyers, it can be valuable to conduct inspections on days where the weather is not ideal, such as in wetter weather. This may not be the most appealing time check out a property, however it will be able to help you identify any problems that may exist with heating, drainage or leakage.

SELLERS - Heating, indoor and out
Ensure that your house is heated adequately before any inspections take place. The last impression you want to leave with a potential buyer is a cold sensation. Setting the heating temperature depends on your home, however around 20°C will be comfortable for most people as you open your home to a range of potential purchasers.

Outdoor heaters are relatively cheap however can encourage buyers to imagine enjoying your outdoor areas, even in colder weather. They can cost as little as $200 and will provide your outdoor entertaining area with a stylish and practical appearance. Generally speaking, as a seller you want to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in your property.

Posted by Charles Tarbey on 24/03/2016 at 2:22 PM | Categories:

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