4 Simple Tips for Boosting Your Home’s Curb Appeal This Spring

Ah, curb appeal.

It’s the common friend of those who are selling their home and those who simply want to freshen their property’s appearance. Whether it’s on the market or not, it’s a wonderful thing to be excited about and proud of the way your house looks as you pull into the driveway.

Does boosting curb appeal always have to involve major updates and comprehensive changes? Definitely not. It’s often just a matter of making the right changes in the right places to create the biggest impact.

Painting and Maintenance Your Home Will Appreciate

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  1. Exterior Painting

Whether it involves touch-ups or a comprehensive update, refreshing your home’s exterior paint adds beauty, value, and crucial protection. Need a few color selection tips and ideas? You can check out a blog we wrote on the topic here, or else we also recommend browsing color ideas on Houzz.com.

  1. Have You Considered an Accent Door?

Not only is it stylish to paint your front door a bolder, brighter color, but it’s also a fun way to add an eye-catching detail.

  1. Pressure Washing

Professional pressure washing is an ideal way to bring a surprising amount of life back to your siding, driveway, walkway, deck, patio, and more. As an added benefit, removing existing dirt, mold, and mildew can help your existing paint and stain last longer. And, of course, it looks great!

  1. Landscaping

A little TLC around your yard can go a long, long way. If you are selling your home, it tells the prospective buyer that the property has been cared for and maintained. If you’re keeping your home, it’s a fun way to get outside on a Saturday and make your landscaping that much more attractive.

As always, if the team here at Paint of WNY can serve you or your home, why not contact us today? We would love to discuss your project goals!

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