Tag: Curb Appeal

Improve Curb Appeal with a DIY Walkway
Posted on 02/02/2020
Improve Curb Appeal with a DIY Walkway
Photo by Craig Tidball on Unsplash It's probably much easier and less expensive than you realize to improve your home's curb appeal. Simple fixes such as replacing rickety porch railings or giving trim a fresh, bright coat of paint go a long way toward making prospective home buyers smile. And when you create a welcoming pathway, that leads...
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Why It's Worth Your Time to Upgrade Your Residence's Curb Appeal
Posted on 01/19/2020
Why It's Worth Your Time to Upgrade Your Residence's Curb Appeal
Bolstering your house's curb appeal is paramount if you want to achieve the best-possible results during the property selling journey. In fact, there are many reasons why you may want to dedicate time and energy to enhance your home's curb appeal, and these include: 1. You can differentiate your home from the competition. Your home only gets one chance...
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Curb Appeal - What’s That Mean?
Posted on 09/01/2019
Curb Appeal - What’s That Mean?
What is curb appeal? The definition is a different concept for everyone, no doubt. First, let's state that it is not a bundle of money you do not have spent to impress someone you do not know. However, it’s purpose is to attract people you do not know. Well, at least that is the purpose when it comes...
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Six Tips Change the Look of Your Old Home
Posted on 06/23/2019
Six Tips Change the Look of Your Old Home
If you want to buy the perfect home, the price may not be budget friendly. As such, buyers can opt for old houses and plan towards making the house look new. There are several options to make an old home look fresh and attractive. An aging home can be renovated to look brand new and appealing to buyers....
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Why Organic Lawn Care?
Posted on 05/12/2019
Why Organic Lawn Care?
Organic lawn care might seem to be more expensive than inorganic lawn care but practicing this method for your lawn is worth every dime you will spend. Organic lawn care is a combination of natural compost like manure, sewage sludge, and phosphorus. Inorganic lawn care, on the other hand, is a combination of harmful substances like nitrate and...
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