Renovating a property is an increasingly popular option for property investors around the world. With foreclosed homes more common on the market now post-global financial crisis, there are a greater number of opportunities for investors to buy cheap, do up and sell on at a profit.
Where do you start, though? And, if you have already decided that renovating a property is for you, what should you be wary of?
Based on customer experiences, TheMoveChannel.com present five things to think about when renovating a property.
Choosing new tiles for your bathroom or kitchen is a big decision. With endless choices between shape, style and colour, finding the perfect tiles for your room can be like finding a needle in a haystack. But, it isn’t just the tiles you need to worry about.
Without the correct adhesive and grout, even the best tiles can look shabby and out of place.
Imagine having a home that knows when you’re coming home and switches the heating on to ensure the house is the optimum temperature. Just before you pull up in the drive the external lights come on and as you walk towards the door it unlocks remotely providing you with keyless entry. You then enter the kitchen, and as you do, the lights turn on automatically and the kettle begins to boil. It sounds like science fiction, doesn’t it?
It’s not, this is the world of the intelligent home and it is available right here and right now. Intelligent homes, or home automation as it is also commonly known uses a whole host of cutting edge technologies to not only make your life easier by anticipating your needs and responding to them, it is also a great energy saving technology that’s easily fitted during new build and or refurbishment. So, let’s get an idea of some of the great ways that intelligent home technology can be applied to the average house.
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