Inexpensive Ways To Spruce Up Your Home For Sale
Gina Chapman, owner of Mr. Handyman of Richmond , appeared on Virginia This Morning (CBS) to discuss some simple home improvement tips that will help you spruce up your home before you try to sell it. Gina offered this tip regarding patching holes in your wall before you paint.
"You want your house to look as new and nice as it can and one of the easy things you can do is paint; but before you paint, you have to do things like patch holes. You can dig into the joint compound; take a small amount and wipe it over the hole. When it fully dries, give it a light sanding and then paint your wall a nice neutral color that will appeal to potential buyers."
Mr. Handyman To The Rescue Of Your Closet
Bob and Jayne Horenkamp, owners of Mr. Handyman of Oak Park and River Forest , were featured in an article by Kisha Williamson, Chicago Fashion Trends Examiner for Examiner.com. to discuss installing a closet organizer in her room. "The entire staff is friendly, personable, and extremely knowledgeable. After the work is completed, take a quick glance around the house. That nail you keep telling yourself you're going to hammer in, the light bulb that you've been too lazy to change, or the tiny hole in the wall made by the pants button you unsuccessfully tried to button can all be fixed in that one visit. So today, as you're taking off your favorite pair of pumps, and unzipping the pencil skirt that makes you look amazing, take a good hard look at your closet, then head on over to Mr. Handyman."