Small buck for a BIG BANG!

Small buck for a BIG BANG!

Planning a few upgrades for your home can help bring that resale value up and the potential buyers in!Before listing your home on the market, take a look at 3 simple ideas below.

Buff & Coat / Sand & Refinish

Buffing and Re-coating a floor is an inexpensive and less invasive way to update the current wood in your home. It will take out all of the surface scratches and put a new coat of finish on the floors. This is a great way to bring new life into existing flooring; making them look NEW!!!!Sanding your floors down and refinishing them is also a great option. It is a little more of an intense process but also offers more options! When you sand and refinish existing floors, you take them down to their natural state. Thus, allowing you to change the stain color if you want and eliminate all of the scratches and dents that are in the wood itself. In the end, this can make your house look completely different and give a more updated feel to existing hardwood floors.

New Carpet

Replacing old carpet is a quick and easy update to add a new look and value to your home for resale. You will want to keep things neutral, nothing that is too eye-catching and preferably a color that would fit with multiple home buyers' aesthetics.


Kitchens and bathrooms are eye catchers for potential buyers. Adding a backsplash will spruce up your current kitchen without putting a dent in your wallet. This small difference can update the whole appearance of your kitchen.

***Friendly Reminder: It is always a good idea to keep consistency with the flooring in your home. This doesn't mean that all of the floor coverings need to be the same (they don't always work in all areas of a home). What it does mean is that you should try and keep the carpets, wood (stain), tile, LVT, etc...the same throughout your home. This will provide a good visual flow for potential buyers. It can be distracting to the eye to walk into a new floor covering in every room of the house.