curb appeal mistakes

Any product you put up for sale must be in good condition. The same can be said for your home—if you want to put it on the market, you must keep it as presentable as possible to spark interest among potential buyers and draw them right at your doorstep. Curb appeal is vital in creating a great first impression regardless of whether you intend to sell or live in your home long-term.

Woodbridge Home Solutions, your best source of replacement windows and siding, explains the curb appeal mistakes you should avoid while selling your home.

1. Disregarding Curb Appeal

You’re bound to turn off potential buyers if you only decorate the inside of your home and completely disregard the exterior. Cleaning up the front of your home, with some pruning and mowing on the side, is enough to give them the impression that your home is well taken care of.

2. Badly Painting the Home’s Facade

A fresh coat of paint brightens up any home’s exterior walls. However, it can be impractical to do so, especially if the paint job leaves much to be desired. Consider equipping the outer walls of your home with siding instead—it can protect your home from the elements, which is something a painted wall can’t do. Also, the new owner of your home won’t have to worry about repainting the walls every few years.

3. Overlooking Siding Maintenance

If your home already has siding but shows signs of disrepair, it makes more sense to replace the panels entirely. Leaving punctures, dents, and other forms of siding damage out in the open can affect how your home looks when seen from the outside. You don’t want to scare away buyers because of these issues.

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