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If you are looking to give your home that upgrade you have always wanted, now is the time to do it.
Mayo’s hardware retailers are preparing for what they hope will be a buoyant summer in terms of DIY, home improvement and construction activity.
Connacht’s largest home and garden event, the Home Improvement Show, will take place in the Breaffy House Events Arena, Castlebar, on April 12 and 13. Whether you are planning a new home or looking to make practical changes to your existing home or garden, the Home Improvement Show is the event for you. Get tips and advice, be inspired, and meet all the leading suppliers, all under one roof.
Fine Gael Mayo TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan that home renovation tax incentive scheme is being introduced to help families renovate their homes.
A Europe-wide survey by the owners of B&Q Ireland indicates that a large proportion of Irish homeowners spend money on home improvement, and that, along with the UK, Ireland is the country where homeowners are most likely to carry out internal and external painting and decorating themselves.
Continuing uncertainty over property prices has resulted in many home owners opting to upgrade and improve their existing homes rather than move and incur the cost of selling. One local company that has benefited significantly from this trend is Tobermore Concrete. Tobermore’s Paving and Walling Centre in Galway is an example of how innovation and a high level of customer service can lead to very strong sales.
With the property market at a standstill and no indication that prices will recover any time soon many homoeowners have been forced to ditch their plans to sell up for the time being.
Continuing uncertainty over property prices has resulted in many home owners opting to upgrade and improve their existing homes rather than move and incur the cost of selling.