3 Ideas on How to Improve Your Curb Appeal

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Making improvements to your home gives it more value. There are a lot of inexpensive home improvements you can do to maintain and beautify your home. After all, first impressions matter, especially when you plan on selling your home. And what better way to seal the deal with a buyer than by adding curb appeal.

The way your house looks on the outside is obviously one of the first things that potential buyers will notice. You’ll be surprised with how different your house looks with a little polishing, cleaning up, and by adding a splash of color. So if you’ve got a house to sell, improve your curb appeal with these ideas.

Tidy up your lawn. A well-manicured lawn is quite a view. It will make potential buyers and passers-by stop and admire your lawn. Take the time to prune the shrubs, pull out weeds, mow the lawn, and plant flowers. If your lawn has dead spots, cover them with seeds, add fertilizer, and then add mulch and water. Planting flowers adds an instant pop of color to your lawn and adds a nice contrast to the green grass. Grabbing tree pruners to cut back overgrown tree branches on any existing trees, in addition to planting new trees, is also a great way to add curb appeal. You do have to consider a few things such as the space new trees will occupy, their placement, and how big they will grow. Make sure that any new trees do not cover the features of your house and that they do not block all of the sunlight from entering your house.

Repaint. A fresh coat of paint works wonders for your home. It is inexpensive but a good paint job can make your home look more expensive. It makes it more inviting and adds personality to your home. You can paint your entire house to freshen its look or you can paint just your front door. This immediately transforms your house, especially if it’s a bright colored paint, and gives your house a modern look.

Mudjacking. If mud jacking doesn’t sound familiar to you, you may have heard it as slab jacking, concrete lifting, concrete raising, and slab leveling. All these things mean the same thing and refer to an easy and inexpensive technique for settling concrete slabs. A mixture of mud or slurry is pumped under a settling slab to lift it. What it does is it evens out uneven or sunken concrete such as those in your walkway or driveway and can add to the curb appeal of your home. That’s because walkways and driveways that have sunken slabs are not only unappealing, they are also unsafe. Mudjacking is an efficient and inexpensive solution that sets a lot faster than concrete. Companies such as those that do mud jacking in Lewisville can easily remedy this problem.

Adding curb appeal to your home makes it a lot more inviting for buyers as well as makes them interested to see the inside of your home. With a few changes, you can boost your home’s value and make your house stand out from the rest of the competition.

 

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