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Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Posted on February 5th, 2018

If you’re a homeowner, you’ve probably spent some time trying to find the best ways to make your home structure work efficiently, and also make your home look beautiful. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can make you home more functional and more aesthetically pleasing. Here are a few ways that you can do this, adding curb appeal to the outside of your home.

Create an Enclosure For Your A/C Equipment
Air conditioning equipment makes our homes feel cool and comfortable, but if the unit is placed on the side of the house, it’s not exactly adding curb appeal. There are two ways that you can hide your A/C equipment and also make your exterior more appealing. You can either plant shrubs around the air conditioning equipment, or you can build an enclosure, or both. The nice thing about having an enclosure is that you can also put your garbage bin and other unsightly items in that area.

Keep Up the Lawn
Having a beautiful, green lawn is one of the most common and essential ways to add curb appeal to your home. To keep your lawn beautiful, you will need water during dry and hot months. You can add an irrigation and sprinkler system to your lawn, or you can also place a moveable sprinkler out in your yard. Either way, make sure that your lawn is well-watered so that it doesn’t get burnt out.

Add Lights
If you want your home to look beautiful both day and night, add lights around your front entrance pathway. Pathway lights make your home look inviting even when it’s dark outside. They also keep you and your guests safe from trips and falls.

Add an Inviting Entryway
If the entrance of your door is a drab off white, know that there are much better ways to make the entrance to your home more inviting. Try painting it barn red, blue or hunter green. The colors will pop. The area around your entryway is also a great place to add interest and appeal, and the details make a huge difference. Add potted flowers and plants, a rug, and new house address numbers.

Curb appeal is about being both functional and beautiful. If you’re ready to make a few changes to the look of your home, think of the best ways to do both.