Turn deal-breaking kitchen into a win-win for buyers & sellers

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You are very good at selling houses, but there is only so much you can do!

This kitchen is what it is, a well made 90’s pine kitchen that has dated horribly.


First thought – it needs sorting before going on the market.


Few know the options to upgrade a kitchen, or who to ask. Joiner, plumber, worktop guy…?


…and new kitchens conjure up thoughts of big money & big doubts in sellers’ minds. 


If left as is, the worst case, buyers will lose interest in the property, or start knocking off many thousands from the asking price.


Save all parties from the stress of that scenario, and nip a big obstacle in the bud!


This eyesore was an expensive custom made kitchen, all the rage in the 90’s


In 2014, at the suggestion of an estate agent, it was reverted into a wow factor.




How many sellers with a problematic kitchen are  aware of the options to transform a potential deal-breaker into a genuine show room quality selling feature?



Within 10 days, the above 1990’s obstacle to a sale became a beautiful bespoke hand painted wooden kitchen. 



With a tag to prove it has been finished by industry experts, and a transferrable warranty for the buyers’ peace of mind, it’s a win-win and puts the seller back in the driving seat.



Traditional Painters are a nationwide invitation-only group of independent craftsmen. Totally reliable, top of their game, the average price for refurbishing older kitchens with a hand-painted finish and change of handles comes in at around 2100. Even the biggest kitchen refurbs rarely exceed 4000.



The value of this approach at sale time can be the difference between the right offer and no offer at all.


Read more and if you see what an estate agent in Longridge saw, contact your local Traditional Painter for a chat.



Unlike any other kitchen painter team we know of, we also have a 30,000 monthly readership.



As part of the appeal of working together, all kitchen refurb projects you refer to us will be documented on our popular blog, and further publicised across our extensive social media network. That’s good use of your time!

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