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5 Ways To Improve Your Curb Appeal

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Are you looking to boost your curb appeal? If so, there are so many different options available to make your home look great right from the street. As a homeowner, whether you are planning on listing your home for sale soon or not, you’ll want a property that you can be proud of and is inviting. To help you start making home improvements today, focus on these five steps.

How To Make Your Home Look Great From The Curb

Are you looking to boost your curb appeal? If so, here are 5 different options available to make your home look great right from the street.

1. Update your front door

If you’re looking to boost your curb appeal, start with your front door. Does it blend in or stand out? Many new homes have garages that stick way out in the front making the entrance way almost hidden. You can change that by painting the front door.

Painting your front door a bright colour is a great, quick and easy way to enhance the exterior of your home in just an hour! Make sure to choose a colour that suits your home’s style but also stands out to make your front door the focal point of your property. Be sure to pick a paint that is suitable for outdoor use and has a bit of sheen in it to really make the colour pop.

If you have more time and a bigger budget, consider replacing your front door. Not only will it look beautiful but it can also help you to improve the security of your home and reduce your energy bills. From classic styles to partial window inserts to full glass, the possibilities are endless. It’s a good idea to have a shop around and compare prices. Ditto if you need to hire someone to install it.

2. Update your driveway

Updating your driveway is one of the best ways to boost your curb appeal. When your driveway looks old and neglected, it can really bring down the whole look of your home. The first step is to choose what kind of material you’d like for your driveway, there are many different options from gravel to concrete. A concrete driveway is a great option because it’s durable, attractive, and modern. Plus a lot less upkeep if it is installed properly. To find out more, give your local Concrete Contractor a call.

3. Clean your fences

Looking to make your home look brand new? Cleaning your fences will do the trick. Over time our fences can get covered in hard-set dirt that’s difficult to remove. To clean your fences, it’s best to use a power washer. You may also need a tough cloth, for example, a cloth that’s made out of wire wool. Once you’ve given your fences a good clean you might consider painting and/or sealing them. Painting your fences is a also great way to protect the wood from harsh weather conditions too.

4. Add flowers & plants

Need more colour at the front of your house? Add some plants and flowers to your gardens. If you don’t have too much free time for gardening, it can be useful to choose some plants and flowers that are easy to look after. They should also be perennials that come up every year so that you don’t have to plant every spring.

Potted plants and window boxes are great option if you don’t have gardens at the front of your house.

Before you head off to the garden centre, think about which colour schemes you’d like and whether your new plants and flowers will have full, partial or no direct sunlight. You may also want to choose plants and flowers that attract birds, butterflies or wildlife!

5. Add garden ornaments

Another great way to improve your curb appeal is to add some garden ornaments to your front yard. You might choose a statue or even a fountain. You’ll need to think about which style you’re looking to create, whether minimal or contemporary. It’s also worth thinking about your budget before you start shopping around. When you focus on the right garden projects, you’ll create a beautiful and inviting home.

There are so many different ways that you can boost your curb appeal, with a few adjustments you’ll create a beautiful home. Remember, the impression that your home makes from the outside really counts. It’s especially important if you’re looking to sell your home.

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