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When you improve curb appeal for your home, you may do more than just make it look better. According to Realtor magazine, improved curb appeal can increase the value of the home. However, it’s worth noting that all home improvement projects are not the same. You can improve your home’s curb appeal by simple projects like landscaping, a touchup paint job, or a mailbox makeover, but these don’t always influence the value of your property. However, there are some ways to improve curb appeal and increase your home’s value, so you recoup those costs when you sell.

Top Projects to Invest In to Improve Curb Appeal and Increase Your Home’s Value

There are a lot of options available when it comes to improved curb appeal. Some projects have a more drastic effect than others. Here are the top five projects worth investing in. These can improve your home’s curb appeal and increase its overall value.

Replacement Windows

Take a good look at your windows from the inside and the outside. If your windows are allowing drafts, you have  probably seen a rise in utility bills. Energy-efficient windows eliminate drafts, so the temperature of the home remains more constant and comfortable. They also add to the aesthetics of the exterior of the home.  Replacement windows improve curb appeal, plus offer a good return on your investment when you are ready to sell.

Front Door Makeover

A home’s front door is the exterior focal point. It should make the home feel more inviting. A new door, especially if it’s brightly colored, is an excellent way to draw attention to the house. A new door improves the aesthetics of the home and provides energy efficiency. Homeowners who upgrade a front door provide improved curb appeal and increase the value of their home.

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New Siding

Siding is a good investment. It is durable, looks great, and it’s low maintenance. It can also increase your home’s value.  When someone sees your home for the first time, they probably notice the siding first. It provides the newcomer with their first impression, and you want it to be a good one. Your home’s siding sets the tone for how a person feels when they first see your home. That can make a huge difference when it’s time to sell.

Check the Roof

If your roof has faded, curled, or missing shingles, it will be one of the first things a newcomer notices. Not only can a roof in disrepair take away from your home’s aesthetics, but it can also affect the home’s value. Sometimes, the roof needs to be cleaned or just needs a little TLC. Other times, the roof may need to be replaced.

Replace or Repair Gutters

An old gutter system may appear to be suffering from neglect. Peeling paint and rust are eyesores and take away from the aesthetics of the home. Consider replacing an old gutter system with a newer system. Soffit and fascia are visible and can add to your home’s aesthetic appeal. Like your gutters, if they are rusty, have peeling paint, or are in bad repair, they can take away from your home’s appearance. They can easily be replaced when replacing gutters.

Are you ready to improve the curb appeal of your home? Contact Woodbridge Home Solutions today by calling (866) 814-3313, or fill out our form, to schedule your free estimate.