With an estimated 13 per cent of all D.I.Y projects going wrong there is little wonder that the prospect of Bank Holiday DIY fills home owners with dread.
If your current home is in need of some significant home improvements why not take a look at your nearest Miller Homes development during this Bank Holiday and put a stop to never ending DIY for some considerable time. Imagine not having to tackle those large scale projects and turning your skills to merely plumping a cushion or two, or enjoying the more pleasurable interior design aspect of making your brand new home your own.
“Owning a brand new home can solve all your DIY dilemmas and may be much more achievable than you perhaps imagine,” said Steve McElroy sales director for Miller Homes Yorkshire. “We have a variety of developments and a host of properties, many of which can be purchased through a variety of incentives. And, because our homes are finished to such a high standard, all our buyers have to do is move in, unpack and start to dream up a new interior scheme to really make their house a home.”
DIY projects that go wrong are not without cost implications too. It takes around £169 million to sort out those mishaps and around 220,000 people end up seeking hospital treatment each year for accidents that occur in the home.
“Perhaps investing your hard earned cash in a brand new home would be a better investment than putting right DIY disasters.” smiled Steve. “With a high quality blank canvas like a Miller Home you will be able to pack away the tools and paintbrushes and enjoy Bank Holiday’s like they should be – relaxing.”
Miller Homes currently has several developments in the region with properties ranging from one bedroom apartments to five bedroom executive homes priced from £75,500 to £320,000. Buying incentives and initiatives are available on various properties throughout the developments.
If you are looking to either upgrade or take a first step onto the property ladder visit Miller Homes for details of development locations and property availability.