What do you do, even in this market, with your property going up and up in value? What if you don't want to move? Your friends, your family, your lifestyle is here on the Central Coast.
With the crazy prices on the Central Coast at the moment and people realising what a great lifestyle and value for money Central Coast homes are, we are seeing the trend in people "renovating to STAY"
The biggest trend in the "renovating to stay" crowd is the empty nesters, or almost empty nesters. They have worked hard all their lives, the house is just about paid off, the children take less and less of their time (and hopefully money) and its time to think about themselves.
As a recent empty nester, myself, I must confess how miserable I felt when the children moved out. I turned to Google, and her advice was "renovate" ..I'm not lying. RENOVATE, it will cheer you up. There was probably a whole lot of other advice but that's what resonated for me.
So, I did, and it felt good. Now I have two lovely guest rooms that the children enjoy when they come home from Uni.
Experts in the industry say that on average most people change their blinds every 7 years.
But why, you ask. just 7 years? "Mine are 20 years old and still going strong?" Are they really?
The dust and dirt that comes out of old blinds is remarkable. Blinds are sitting there in your window collecting dust. Curtains are worse. Just because you don't see it, doesn't mean its not there.
If you are planning a refresh of your home and renovating to stay, after a fresh coat of paint, some new blinds can really add value.
At our showroom at 18/482 Pacific Highway, Wyoming we have the latest designs in fabric and design. Styles to suit sliding doors, tracker doors, and windows over the bath.
Pop in with your colours and we will happy show you the range.
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