Spruce your Curb Appeal with These 3 Simple Steps

Spruce your Curb Appeal with These 3 Simple StepsIf you are considering purchasing a new or second home or simply looking to improve the look of your property, there are some tips and tricks that can increase the value and curb appeal of your home. While small details such as updating any rotting wood or chipped paint may seem obvious, consider the following more expertly crafted tips to boost your home’s look and curb appeal. In addition, a Clifton High Value Homeowners Insurance policy can help protect your assets both during and after the overhaul.

Landscaping

Tend to your existing lawn, shrubbery, and gardens if you have them. If you’re starting from scratch, consider adding fresh green grass and add color with some low maintenance flowers and plants. Ensure existing plant beds are cleaned out and pull any weeds that might be overgrown onto walkways. Fresh mulch will help the flowers blossom and look more presentable. If gardening isn’t your forte, enlist the help of a professional team for regular upkeep.

Update, Update, Update

Pressure wash your home to get rid of any buildup and grime that has accumulated over the years. You can rent one for less than $100 a day, or you can hire a professional to complete the task. This can be used to clean your home and also to prime your home for a fresh paint job.

Add a Pop of Color

Add some contrast to the front door to compliment siding or trim. Kiplinger states that you can try out colors using online tools, such as Benjamin Moore’s Personal Color Viewer, that allows you to upload and “paint” a photo of your home to determine how it would turn out.

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