Problems in a living room which might not come to notice on video

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Problems in a living room which might not come to notice on video
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic virtual transactions, meetings and showings have become common practice. This new way of doing business has its challenges-one such challenge is the inability to see problem areas in a video tour. Let us list and explain some of the probable problems in a living room.

Height of ceiling It depends how you want your ceiling height to be. Whether a ceiling is high or low, it has its own benefits; a high ceiling gives a feeling of grandeur and spaciousness, whereas a low ceiling feels cozier. Regulating temperature of a high ceiling through heating or air-conditioning system takes more energy and time, so ensure that you get the fact about the ceiling height from your agent correctly so that you can navigate your deal further if it fits your preferred design.  Make sure you pay attention to the details of the ceiling while on video tour, it’s best to check any glitch earlier than late.

Lighting Instead of giving the lighting system a passing glance on a video tour, check it more keenly. While video touring an older home, pay more attention to the lighting system as it may need an upgrade as in most of the cases, the lighting is outdated in the older homes. In some older homes the upgrades which you would want to make would exceed your stipulated budget; there you can take the necessary course of action further ahead.

Fireplace In a living room, a fireplace holds a key position of significance; it connects with you as a part of room giving charm and warmth to you. An out of order fireplace will be a big turn-off and disappointment for you. So ensure that you pay close attention to the mantel and structure of the fireplace when the camera zooms on it during a video tour. Make the necessary enquiries about the fireplace through your agent.

Door and windows Window sizes, shapes, number etc. must be noted well during a video tour, having natural light in a living room is always desirable; a feature sought-after by almost every interested home buyer, but their numbers can affect furniture placement. Make sure that the doors of your living room open outwards and not inwards; inward opening door will make the floor of your living room less spacious.

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