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Tips for Better Curb Appeal

Many people look to improving curb appeal when moving to a new home. You want to put your stamp on it and make it yours! Others use curb appeal to prepare their current home’s look to sell. Casey Movers wants to help inspire your creativity and give you the tools and information! If you enjoy this blog, visit our other informative and inspirational material on related topics.

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Curb appeal is created by adding visual interest

New paint, replacing old siding and adding trim molding are all things you can do to add visual interest. Trim acts like an architectural eyeliner. It can give your home an exterior facelift that transforms the look of a house! Even with a small budget, there are ways to draw positive attention to your house. Listed are some other elements that add to or upgrade improve the look of your house are the following.

Window Boxes

Window boxes offer a fast, easy way to bring color and charm to your home’s curb appeal. You may choose boxes made from copper or even iron for a traditional look. Painted wood works for a cottage feel. It’s best to mix and match flowers and plants to suit your lighting conditions and color scheme.

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Window Shutters

Shutters can transform a house dramatically. They had charm almost effortlessly when you choose a shutter made out of composite or vinyl materials.

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Arbors & Garden Gates

Arbors and garden gates enhance your yard and garden and therefore the value and curb appeal of your home. They can be found in easy-to-build kits too. For best results, paint or stain these items with colors already on your house.

Front Door Enhancements

You could replace old hardware, paint, add house numbers, install an overhead light fixture or simply add a flower pot! These are all elements that can add style and interest to your home’s exterior. Symmetry is pleasing to the eye. Use it to when adding accents.

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Walkways

Well-designed walkways make your home feel warm and inviting! For a dramatic improvement to a straight concrete path, replace it with a contoured one made of stone or brick. For a less radical upgrade to your curb appeal, apply a colored concrete resurfacer to the old walkway, then edge with brick or stone borders. Brick pavers offer traditional, classic beauty to the landscape of any home.

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Flower Beds

Flower beds or even container gardens add a welcoming feel to any home exterior. This can be done quickly and affordably too. For most landscapes, a staggered asymmetrical arrangement works best to create a dynamic setting.

Mailbox Upgrade

Creating a nice looking mailbox goes very far in curb appeal. It’s also a fun DYI project on a summer weekend. Take notice of what your neighbors are doing too. You’ll gather good ideas as you drive thru your roads.

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Improving Cement Walls

Many home improvement stores will have resources and materials for you to choose from when planning to resurface a cement wall. A small project such as this can make a huge impression that is sure to give great curb appeal results.

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Solar Lighting

Adding solar lighting into your yard and driveways creates evening curb appeal! You may direct the lighting to your trees and/or house to add dramatic appeal in the night. It’s a low cost addition to any home that offers homeowners great benefits! No electricity and wiring needed! Solar lighting technology advancements offer us site, security, safety and beauty.


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For more inspirational ideas and information, enjoy the following resources:

Curb Appeal Inspirational Ideas

Mailbox Ideas

landscaping Ideas

Window Boxes

Painting a Front Door