It’s a good idea to seal your hearth, because a freshly sealed hearth will be easier to keep clean while you move furniture around, stage your house, or box special items up. It’s not an expensive investment, but hearth sealers can help keep the area clean and protected. Home buyers love looking into fire places. They often open them up to look inside. If the hearth burns wood, that can even make for a more messy hearth right when you’re trying to keep your home as clean as possible.
If you are sealing your hearth in time to sell your house, you have a big decision. Shiny or natural? Sealers are either penetrating sealers or topical sealers. Penetrating sealers soak right into the brick and mortar of your hearth. This type offers a more natural look, but still protects the brick and mortar. Topical sealers are coated over the brick and mortar. Topical sealers make the surface look shiny.
If you’re not sure what would look best in your home for the purpose of reselling, feel free to ask an agent at our company which is more popular among your target market.
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