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How to Improve your Curb Appeal

January 1, 2021

Keeping up with the curb appeal of your home is vital for stabilizing or increasing your home’s value. If you are not intending to move, adding curb appeal to your home on a consistent basis could even set an example for your neighbors and take steps towards improving the look of the neighborhood.

  1. Install New Light Fixtures

  2. Take Care of Your Lawn

  3. Landscaping

  4. Paint (door, trim, house, etc.)

  5. New garage door

  6. Power Wash House and Garage

  7. Inspect/Repair Concrete

  8. Wash Your Driveway, Patios, and Decks

  9. Clean and Arrange Outdoor Furniture

Power Wash the House and Garage Throughout the year, surface contaminants like algae, mold, and dirt make their way to your siding. Soft washing your home will safely eliminate those surface contaminants and get your siding looking like new. When selling your home, having it professionally washed can add upwards of $15,000 in value. Wash Driveway, Decks, and Patios Washing these surfaces will help restore their shine, but make sure to use a safe pressure and the proper cleansers when doing so. If you are not comfortable using a pressure washer, calling a professional power washing company is always a great option.

Clean and Arrange Furniture Simply hosing off and gently scrubbing your patio furniture will put you and your guests at east. Arranging your furniture in an appealing manner will also create a better experience, especially for potential buyers trying to imagine themselves in this space.

How We Can Help As previously stated, having your house, roof, driveway, and all exterior surfaces power washed can greatly increase the curb appeal and resale value of your home, but it is extremely time consuming to do it yourself. The experts at Thunder Pressure Washing can help beautify and maintain your property Call or click to get a free estimate

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