Homes+ (Australia) - - STYLE & DECORATE -

When houses re­main closed be­tween in­spec­tions, which is of­ten the case if they’re empty or in­vest­ment prop­er­ties, it’s im­por­tant for them to be aired. It’s a sim­ple con­cept, but fresh air smells good and makes you feel good. You can no­tice even a slight bad odour the minute you walk into a room, and this af­fects how long you want to stay and how you feel in the space. Even the most beau­ti­fully pre­sented prop­erty can get a neg­a­tive re­sponse if it’s musty or smells un­invit­ing! This is par­tic­u­larly im­por­tant if you have pets.

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