5 Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal this Spring
As the dreary cold and greys of winter start to subside, we begin to look forward to Spring bringing the warmer weather and green grass. Although as you begin to venture outside, you notice the havoc winter caused to the outside of your house. Breathe some new life into your house’s exterior with these 5 tips to help improve your curb appeal.
1. New Front Door
Your front door can be a warm welcoming entrance to your home but not with rot, rust or dents. Replace that tired-out door for a transformation from an eyesore to a grand entrance. Not only does a stylish new front door add to your curb appeal, it can help enhance security and provide a boost to home energy efficiency.
2. Replace Broken Gutters
Gutters usual aren’t what you look at on a house. Although sagging and broken gutters stand out like a sore thumb. Upgrade to new gutters to avoid the unwanted attention. It is also important to make sure your gutters and downspout are working properly because they are your first line of defense against a wet basement or crawl space.
3. New Windows
If you really looking to set your home apart from the rest, consider getting new windows. Updating boring windows for a more stylish look can enhance your home’s architectural design. New windows may be an investment but going with a brand like Polaris Windows can even help pay for themselves through lower heating and cooling costs.
4. Exterior Window Decor
To really amp up your curb appeal, add shutters or decorative trim to your home’s exterior. They can highlight windows and accent entrance ways. For added elegance, choose unique styles and colors to compliment your overall design.
5. Replace Chipping or Damaged Siding
A home can look old and run down with siding that is fading, chipping or damaged. Rejuvenate your home’s exterior with a quality siding. Choose a design that fits your style. Whether it’s Victorian or modern, you can create a home to be proud.
Head over to Streamline Enterprises design center to test out different colors and styles on your home.