So you have finished fixing up the inside of your home, but you have paid little attention to the outside of your home. The curb appeal of your home should be just as nice as the inside of your home. Here is a curb appeal make over that could help you to come up with some ideas of your own to help your home. Watch this video…
With a few changes you can add to the curb appeal of your home. Watch this video…
Go out side and look at your home from the other side of the street. Take notes of the things that you like and the things that you do not like. Things like…
* Does the color of the house add to the charm of the house?
* Are the plants over grown, do they need to be changed for something that would look better in that area? Or you need more plants.
* Are there some changes to the house that will add to it and make it look better.
* Are the walk ways and drive way in good shape or do they need some changes?
* Do you have a watering system, does it need to be added?
These are just a few of the things to think about. Work with what is in the yard and the outside of the house and add things that will make it look even better.
Some things you might be able to do yourself, others you will want to call in a specialist to help you with it. They will be able to give you ideas that you might not have thought of to make your home look and work better for you.
These are some things that you might ask yourself…
* What do I want to do in this space? A sitting area, a place for the children to play, a nice way to welcome guest to your home, safety for yourself and others.
* Can I do the work myself or do I need to hire someone to do the work?
* Have a budget and a plan before you start the project. Stick to the budget. If you have a plan and a budget you can do things in stages as the budget lets you do it. Even if you do it in stages it will look great as a finished project.
These are just a few of the things that you might need to think about. But it is a start.
We would like to hear about your projects.
Dan and Deanna “Marketing Unscrambled”