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Park home advice: how to make your park home look like new

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You notice it when you walk up to and into your park home… It wasn’t obvious before, but now your park home looks and feels different. Yet, this is your home – and you love it.

It might be time for a refurbishment. But where do you start and what can you do? Cladding, insulation, new kitchen, new bathroom, new décor … it can all be done.

Our guide is designed to inspire you to make a plan for your home’s future.
There are scores of companies that specialise in park and holiday home renovation and maintenance. Among them is one of the best known names in the business – Omar.
Omar not only makes homes, it refurbishes them.

Omar Refurbishment Services offers recladding, insulation upgrades, repairs to walls and roofing, plus conservatories or ‘garden rooms’, kitchen transformations and more.

Another big name in the industry is Prestige Developments, based close to Prestige Homeseekers, a major manufacturer of park and leisure homes. Prestige Developments offers services including cladding, cavity wall systems, tiled roof systems, garden room extensions and canopies.

From major transformations to décor updates, it’s all possible. It’s just a matter of establishing what needs to be done – or what you want to be done, and then going for it, to make your home look like new.

For more park and holiday home maintenance tips, follow these links

Park home advice: maintenance tips for the interior and exterior of your park home

Park home advice: five-point update plan

Park home advice: top five reasons to update your park or holiday home

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