April 24th, 2023

Sell Faster with Spring Cleaning

Spring is the perfect time to clean and declutter your home, especially if you're planning on putting it up for sale. Potential buyers want to see a clean, well-maintained property, so it's important to get your house in top condition before you start showing it. Here are three spring cleaning tips that will help get your house ready for sale:


One of the easiest ways to make your home look more spacious and appealing is to declutter. As you go through each room, remove any items that you no longer need or use. Consider donating or selling anything that's still in good condition, and throw away anything that's broken or worn out. Renting a storage unit for items that you want to keep but that are taking up too much space in your home can also be beneficial.

Deep clean your carpets and floors

Carpets and floors can take a lot of wear and tear over time, especially if you have pets or children. Deep cleaning these surfaces can make a big difference in the overall appearance of your home. Consider hiring a professional carpet cleaning service to remove any stains or odours, and give your floors a good scrubbing. If you have hardwood floors, consider refinishing them to give them a fresh, new look.

Power wash your exterior surfaces

The exterior of your home is the first thing potential buyers will see, so it’s important to make a good impression. Power washing your siding, deck, patio, and driveway can remove dirt, grime, and other debris that can make your home look dingy and uninviting.

Preparing your home for sale can be a lot of work, but it's well worth the effort. If you need more advice on how to effectively prepare your home before we sell together, call me at 780-819-0978.

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