First impressions are most important when it comes to entrance gates
Importance Of Entrance Gates
If you are considering selling your home, prospective purchasers are most likely to do a drive past first to have a look at the location and to get a basic idea of what the property really looks like as opposed the estate agent’s clever camera angles what manage to avoid including the nuclear power station in the back yard. Now that first impression can convert curiosity into a positive viewing if the first thing the possible purchasers see are a pair of smart wooden gates in the entrance drive and a matching garden gate to go with them. That tells them that your home is your pride and joy and if it looks that good on the outside, how good will it look on the inside? And before you think it is a silly idea to spend money on electric gates or new wooden gates, then speak to your local estate agent. There are certain improvements you can make to your property that both increase its saleability and also value. If you have a pair of garden gates hanging off their hinges, the first thing any prospective purchaser will think is that there is an additional expense or, more to the point, there’s a good reason to knock the price down.
If you are looking in an estate agent’s window, to be confronted by a tidy looking property with smart garden gates and perhaps an electric gate for the entrance drive will set your home apart from many others. Buyers aren’t always that easy to find, but if you can do what you can through your home’s initial appearance, chances are you’ll not be waiting too long to find that elusive buyer. So if you are thinking of selling, why not give us a call at TPS Gates and Doors Ltd and ask us out to give you a free quote for wooden gates, metal gates, electric gates and garden gates – we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the cost and we have a fantastic selection of garden gates available which can be fitted to any size entrance.