3 Kitchen Facelifts To Help Sell Your Winnipeg Home

3 Kitchen Facelifts to help sell your home

3 Kitchen Facelifts for Selling Your Home

3 Kitchen Facelifts for Selling Your Home3If you feel like you have had enough of your old kitchen with its outdated units and appliances, it is time to consider a change. Regardless if you live with a family or single, your kitchen surely has many scars – dents and scratches, spots and stains that proved an idea tougher than your home cleaning expertise and many more traits of aging that become even more evident with time.

The kitchen of today is certainly the most important room in every home. You do not simply use it to cook meals and eat there; you also hang out with friends there, you hold family meetings, celebrations and events there and you spend a good amount of time there every single day. This is why usually people think of the kitchen first, when it comes to buying a new home. A great kitchen can not only raise the value of your home, but also help you sell it faster, if this is what you are after. For this to happen, you have to consider not a mere kitchen cleaning, but also some re-design projects.


This part of every kitchen is often times overlooked and ignored, but truth is it can make a big difference. In the past, kitchens usually featured a row of halogen spot lights on the ceiling. Today tells a different story, however, when the main goal of lights in the kitchen is subtlety and effectiveness. After all, a kitchen with 30 lights covering every square foot of the ceiling where you still cannot see how to chop properly your vegetables is obviously not a kitchen you want to be in. The first thing about kitchen lighting is to position the lights in line with the worktop edges. That way you will not cast a shadow over whatever it is you are working. To reduce the glare from ceiling lights, you should insert them deeper and surround them by black fitting. If you are in need of additional lighting, you can include some below or above cupboards. You will find that having great lights in the kitchen makes home cleaning and practically every other activity in the room quite pleasing. One more thing you have to consider is energy efficiency. People are more and more interested in saving money in the long run, which is why energy efficiency has become so important.


3 Kitchen Facelifts for Selling Your Home2If there is one thing that is noted first about a kitchen, it is the cabinets and the state they are in. If you are not too fond of the idea of investing too much on this element, a simple refinish and acquiring new door can do the trick. More and more people now take advantage of this option, so why don't you do so as well? There are companies that would take your panels, doors and basically every visible component of your kitchen and give it a remodel under factory conditions. This is followed by a reassembly on site and a brand new look which can cost you a mere fraction of the cost a full kitchen redone.


Appliances are a kitchen element well worth any investment. This is especially true for energy efficient appliances – not only will they improve the experience of using the kitchen, but also save money in the long run. This is something people are willing to spend money on. People will truly appreciate an oven that is modern, stylish and energy efficient. Add a self-cleaning function that will make them forget about oven cleaning and you might just sell your home for more than you expect.

Article provided by: Affordable Chiswick House Cleaners.

3 Kitchen Facelifts to help sell your homeAbout the Publisher

Bo Kauffmann is a residential real estate agent with over 18 yrs experience in helping buyers and sellers achieve their goals.  Inducted into the REMAX Hall of Fame in 2010 and receiving the REMAX Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019, Bo has sold over 500 houses and condos in the Greater Winnipeg market.  He is an accredited buyer representative (A.B.R.) and a Luxury Home Marketing Specialist.   Bo provides exceptional service to First-Time Home-Buyers, Seniors looking to downsize and Home Sellers of all ages.   He can be reached easily   By E-Mail or call/text him   Call/Text Here

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