Selling? Improve The Appearance Of Your Home's Bathrooms

Full-scale bathroom remodeling can be expensive and, in today's Stateline housing market, you won't likely get all of the money back that you put into it at the time of sale. Knowing that bathroom projects tend to have a low return on investment, therefore, here are a few inexpensive changes which you can make to spruce up bathrooms in a home for sale.

  • January 17 2013 - Reno
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A simple refresh will go a long way in a bathroom.

* Remove old and discolored caulk around shower, bath, and sinks with a razor tool and replace with new caulk. Give room at last 48 hours to dry before use.

* Clean Clean Clean always helps!

* New Shower Curtains ( if your shower has one )

* New bath towels for display use

* Simple decor to create a warm feeling

With these steps, you could spend less than $200 and get all your bathrooms to their best showing potential.
  • January 19 2013
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