6 Ways to Freshen Up Your Home's Curb Appeal
Whether you're selling your home or not, it's natural to want it to look its best. Nearly everyone wants to improve their home's curb appeal. However, large renovations or landscaping projects are expensive and difficult. Is it possible to make your home look great without breaking the bank? It is! You don't need to spend a lot of money to improve your home's curb appeal.
Here are six easy ways to make your home look great on a budget.
Add Landscape Lighting
Lighting makes a big difference when it comes to curb appeal, and it's not expensive or complicated to get a great look. Consider placing light fixtures along your path or near your front steps. You can find them at just about any home improvement store. In addition to lighting paths, you can also use lights to highlight trees, gardens, or other features of your property. Not only does lighting make your home look great, but it also adds additional safety and security.
Remove Weeds and Debris
One of the first steps in taking care of your lawn is to always remove weeds and other debris. It's important to pull weeds out by the entire root to avoid them coming back or spreading to other areas. You can also use various weed killers to save you time and effort. Raking up dead leaves and removing debris is also an easy way to give your lawn a much neater appearance.
Add a Few Seasonal Plants
Flowers and blooming bushes will give your space a sense of warmth throughout the year and provide a great way to add a splash of color to your home. Planting perennials will ensure that the same bright colors will keep coming back year after year with little maintenance needed.
Give Your Garage Door a Facelift
It may be utilitarian in nature, but the garage door is a decorative element as well. Upgrading the garage door is a great way to improve your home's curb appeal - and its resale value. It can make a big difference in the overall look of your house, so it's important to choose a garage door that matches your home's style and color scheme.
There are many styles and colors to choose from, including wood-look options like shaker or Barnwood styles, contemporary designs such as frosted glass panels and aluminum grills, traditional steel paneled units with full-view windows or decorative glass inserts, and modern designs made with fiberglass or composite materials.
If you're looking for something affordable, we can help you find a solution that meets your budget while still maintaining quality workmanship from start to finish!
Spruce Up Your Front Door
Your front door is one of the first things many people will notice about your home. Painting your door a color that coordinates with your home is a relatively easy and inexpensive way to boost curb appeal. You can choose a subtle shade that blends in with the rest of your house or decide to go with a cheery pop of color to truly make it stand out. Make your lawn and landscaping look the best it can.
Change House Numbers
Most homeowners have the same house numbers posted to the mailbox, siding, or front steps for decades. While this is still functional, it does not always look the best. Try removing the numbers and adding fresh, modern numbers to help increase your curb appeal. This DIY project should cost less than 20 dollars and take less than an hour to complete.
There are many ways to improve your home's curb appeal, and they don't cost much. Whether you'd like to talk about renovating your garage door or you need a little extra nudge to install one, we would love to help!
Contact us or call us today at (865) 573-1950 for more information on what we can do for you.