Make Your Home’s Curb Appeal Stand Out this Winter
Make the most out of your home’s curb appeal this winter. Whether you are selling your home or looking for a way to spruce up your home’s exterior, consider making these simple upgrades to increase your curb appeal this winter!
According to ”HGTV, as the days get shorter, having proper outdoor lighting will make your home safer and more attractive to buyers who come to visit at night. Try adding white tree lights or a lantern to the exterior of your home to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Although lawn care can be tricky in the winter months, try to keep your lawn tidy by cleaning your gutters and removing any fallen leaves or debris. If you live in a climate where it snows, make sure to take time to shovel your front walkway and driveway.
Make sure all lawn equipment and tools are put away to avoid giving your yard a sloppy look. This will increase your home’s winter curb appeal. If you have a shed or garage, consider decluttering and categorizing by organizing tools with cabinets and wall storage. Check out our blog on Decluttering Tips to help you stay organized this season!
Adding cold weather plants is a great way to give your home’s curb appeal some life this winter. Plants like pansies, witch hazel, and evergreen trees can survive in cold environments and can make a major difference in your home’s landscape. Check out our blog on Essential Landscaping Tools for Homeowners to ensure you have the proper tools available for your winter curb appeal.!
According to The Spruce, creating a welcoming front porch can make all the difference. Consider adding a fresh coat of paint to your front door, and/or new address numbers and door hardware. Additionally, adding a wall-mounted mailbox and doormat is an easy way to give your home’s curb appeal a fresh look!
Adding a wreath to your door is a great way to add a personal touch to your home’s exterior. If you’re looking for a subtle way to decorate for the holidays, consider purchasing or making your own Holiday Wreath. Follow this link to learn how to make a DIY Winter Wreath.
Keep your home safe and cozy this season by implementing some of our preventative Winter Maintenance Tips. Are you looking to purchase a home? Contact one of our expert Loan Officers to start your home buying process!