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Monday, April 15, 2019

6 Easy Home Projects for Your Spring Weekend

With the weather warming up, you may start to take a critical look at your home's exterior. If you are interested in selling your home this year, your home's curb appeal may be more important than previous years. Luckily, spring is a great time to spruce up your home's exterior. Here are 6 easy spring projects that you can complete this weekend to create curb appeal for your home.

Pressure Wash. Pressure washing outdoor surfaces can remove years of dirt and grime off. What surfaces can be pressure washed? Concrete, wood, and even certain types of siding. If it isn’t practical to buy a pressure washer, you can rent one from a home improvement store. One note: It’s important that you are familiar with the correct way to pressure wash surfaces. If you use too much pressure, you can damage the surfaces you’re cleaning. HGTV has a great guide to help.

Caulk. Spring is a great time to check your window and door seals. If they’re looking weathered, you may want to redo the caulk on your windows and doors. Why should you invest the time and money? If you replace old caulk, your home will retain the warm (or cool) air in your home from your furnace.

Update your house numbers. Interested in a quick project to update your home’s exterior? Change your house numbers. There are tons of projects online that can help you achieve the style you’re looking for. House number visibility is also important for safety services like firefighters and police!

Change out your light fixtures. With temperatures on the upswing, you may be entertaining outside more often. Replace your old and outdated light fixtures to modernize your outdoor space. There are plenty of different styles available, and most are relatively simple to replace. Also, add light to your walkways so your guests so they can see where they’re going at night.

Paint your front door. Interested in a quick project that has a big impact? Try painting your front door. Outdoor paint is affordable, and the front door change can make a huge impact from the curb. Try a bold or bright color to make a statement.

Landscaping. Your home’s landscaping is important to the overall curb appeal of your home. If you don’t want to commit to a large garden, consider adding planters to add color and keep the rest of your landscaping simple.

Embrace the season and enjoy the outdoors. These projects are simple, easy, and budget friendly. They can create a more inviting look to your home, which can be helpful if you've considered listing your home for sale. If you’re ready to to spring into a new home, make sure you enlist the help of a real estate sales professional from HUNT Real Estate ERA.

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