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Give your home a makeover before selling

Give your home a makeover before selling

For any developer trying to complete a new property, or homeowner trying to sell one on, it is vital that the interior looks pristine before it is put on the market, as the condition of the living environment is one of the first things a potential buyer will scrutinise.

Indeed, TV property guru, Phil Spencer, recommends that if one improvement is made to a house before it is put on the market, it should be to the kitchen. But this can be expensive. For example, to replace a damaged work top involves not just simple replacement, but re-tiling and re-grouting around the new surface, jig-saw cutting a hole out for the sink and applying laminate edging. And so the cost starts to mount as the vendor calls in specialist trades to undertake the work, buy the replacement items, as well as hire a skip in which to dump the damaged ones.

All of the above, though, can be easily avoided if sellers call upon the services of Plastic Surgeon, whose nationwide team of finishers can repair gouges, scratches and dents or chips on kitchen worktops, floor and wall tiles, white goods and even sinks and window cills in the kitchen, saving a fortune on buying replacement items.

But why stop there, when Plastic Surgeon can repair other damaged surfaces in the whole home, improving the appearance and therefore making the sale of the property more likely?

Plastic Surgeon’s team is able to undertake the repair of damage to walls, floors and ceilings, as well as doors, windows and bathroom basins; toilets, bidets, baths and shower trays, as well as fireplaces, ceiling roses and staircases.

Whether the material these internal finishes are manufactured from is plaster, plasterboard, timber, plastic or composite, stone, marble, granite or laminates, Plastic Surgeon will be able to repair it. This its finishers do by filling, sanding and then hand-mixing an exact colour match, even with quite intricate materials such as marble and timber grain and knots, the company’s operatives will replicate the pattern and colour, using tools ranging from sprays guns down to the finest of brushes.

The company can even tint bricks and other masonry, so that they are perfectly colour matched, as well as remove deformations in uPVC doors and windows through a gentle heating process. The company also removes scratches in glass panes, balustrades and partitions, so it really is able to save the seller and developer a fortune by repairing just about everything, in both new and old properties, before they are put on the market.