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How to Increase the curb appeal of your house.

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Published: 03/02/2018 by Home Pros Guide



Curb appeal is everything when it comes to your home. Here are some tips that can help you to improve it.

1. Replace Your Front Door.

A front door says a lot about you and your home. A high-quality front door can be a huge asset.  

2. Do Some Painting.

Repainting your home can freshen up what might be a tired-looking façade. Choose warm and inviting colors, such as taupe, tan or white.

3. Add Home Automation

The home automation industry is expanding rapidly. Add some wireless automation to your home such as smart locks.

4. Add a Privacy Fence.

Having a high-quality fence can change the look and security of your property. Depending on where you live, fences are on average 4 to 9 feet high, and made of quality materials such as wood or stone. While a chain-link fence is an option and may be secure, it won’t look good or provide the privacy that a wood fence or stone wall will.

5. Updated the Windows.

Replacing old single-pane windows is a great way to add a level of security, modernize your home and help reduce energy costs.

6. Pressure Wash the Exterior.

Pressure washing is the best bang for your buck in terms of rejuvenating the exterior of your home. Many people don’t realize how dirty their driveways and walkways are until they start pressure washing the surfaces.

7. Lighting

Exterior lighting provides a strong sense of safety to a home. Not only do exterior lights keep homeowners safe from trips and falls when walking outdoors at night, they also dissuade would be thieves from coming near the home. Exterior lights should be checked regularly to make sure that they are in good working condition.

There are several ways to increase your home’s curb appeal. Some projects can be done yourself, and some may need an extra hand. Remember that with any home improvement project, be sure to contact a Professional  to figure out which improvements will work best for you and your home.