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9 Remodeling Projects that Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

ERA Evergreen

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Jul 12 4 minutes read

More often than not, the first thing you see when you pull up to a house leaves a lasting impression. And yet, homeowners are so used to their own home that they overlook the overall curb appeal of their abode, let alone even think about making it look better. But don’t fret, ladies and gents, we’ll help you put a change to that!

Improve your curb appeal to turn up your property values (if you’re planning to sell) or your overall enjoyment of driving up to your home, even if you plan to stay there a long time! Here are some nine remodeling projects you should think about doing to boost your home’s curb appeal.

Sidings and Exterior Paint


Have you checked on your siding and paint? Many homeowners don’t realize that one of the easiest and fastest ways to make things “new” is by repainting or getting a new siding. So, if your home paint and siding are faded, chipped, or looking dull, then it’s high time you start investing in these two components. In any case, both projects can make the biggest difference since your home’s siding will be the bulk of what guests see all the time.

Windows


It’s not surprising what a big difference sparkling beautiful front windows make to a house. And if you’ve got faded weathered windows, then it’s possible your windows just need a good thorough cleaning, or maybe it’s the right time to get them all replaced. Check your budget and curb appeal goals and start from there.

Add some new design and trim elements


Is your house filled with unique design elements, or do you find it plain and outdated? If it’s the latter, feel free to add more detail to your outdoors, like new trim around the windows, a flower box, or a new railing on the front porch! These minor changes can go a long way to change up the look of your home.

Sprucing up the Front Porch

Does your home have a designated front porch area? We bet it’s where your visitors spend their first moments at your home, so it’s just proper to make sure it’s in good shape too! Make a big impact on your curb appeal with a few tweaks to your front porch. If you’re on a tight budget, you can simply clean your front porch and add some plants to make it more inviting. Meanwhile, if you don’t have much of a front porch and you’ve got a budget for building one, add a beautiful front porch to your home and make a dramatic difference.

Lighting

Do you want to get a little fancy? If your home has some old lighting fixtures, then these are the easiest to fix to add style and elegance to your home. But if your thinking of adding new ones to your home, you can find beautiful fixtures online or at a local improvement store that won’t add a dent to your budget.

Upgrade your Front Door

Front doors are the easiest to update to add elegance to your home. In fact, there’s a wide range of options to choose from, from cheap doors to elegant handcrafted masterpieces. Check your budget and look for some unique styles to make your home stand out. If you’re looking to go the inexpensive route, then re-painting your existing front door also works!


Landscaping


It’s almost impossible not to consider landscaping if we’re talking about boosting curb appeal. Remember that a walk to your front door shouldn’t be ugly or boring. Trim overgrown bushes and pull out grass that has died out. Plant some trees, flowers, and bushes in the right places to draw out your home’s beauty and make it feel like a magical sanctuary right smack in the middle of the city.

Sidewalk

Always check the sidewalk leading to your house for any cracks and uneven surfaces. Make sure to give repair those and clean your sidewalk every once in a while.

Don’t forget the Mailbox


If you’ve got a mailbox in front of your home, make sure to consider how it looks. If your mailbox is old and worn out, then maybe it’s time for an upgrade. Doing so will provide an easy and inexpensive fix.

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