Chronicling my adventures in DIY, Home Improvement, Barbeque and Fatherhood
I got to build my first workbench. How did I go so long without one, I’ll never quite know.
Nothing is better than getting to use power tools to make something!
One thing I do when using two extension cords is “tie” them together like this..
But, now that I have one… woodworking heaven
Making the decision to put your home on the market is a big step. But, before you sign with a real estate agent and put a sign in the yard there are a few things to do to prepare a home to sell and make your home more marketable.
- Remember: When your home is for sale you are NOT living it it. You are marketing a product. No dust, dirt, trash.
- Remove all personal items. This includes, but is not limited to: diplomas, family photos, religious items and other potential clutter.
- Do all needed repairs, patching, touch up painting. Your home should appear fresh and move-in ready. The last thing a potential home owner wants is to do more work after moving in.
- Clean, clean again and clean some more. Bathrooms, kitchens especially. If you have a large home consider hiring some help.
- Eliminate all sources of odors: cooking, pets and all other sources should not be detectable. Get a friend to double check this.
And here’s a bonus tip:
When you get a showing appointment leave 15 min early and return 15 min late. Give the potential buyer all the time needed to view your sparkling, move-in ready property.