An exterior update (new paint, siding, or trim details) automatically transforms the look of a home. Periodic maintenance of that exterior surface is the surest way to keep your house and its curb appeal looking great. Any obvious defects, such as cracked or rotting material, can downgrade the aesthetic and quickly turn away potential home buyers. Once defects are repaired, look for ways to add personality with color, trim, or shingles.

House numbers, the entry door lockset, a wall-mounted mailbox, and an overhead light fixture are all elements that can add style and interest to your home's exterior curb appeal. If they're out of date or dingy, your home may not be conveying the aesthetic you think it is. These elements add the most appeal when they function collectively, rather than as mix-and-match pieces. Oiled-bronze finishes suit traditional homes, while brushed nickel suits more contemporary ones. House Painting

This charming side hall colonial is the epitome of a meticulously kept home! You will be stunned by the curb appeal! The first thing you will notice is the pristine, well manicured lawn, equipped with a newer irrigation system that is only 2 years old. But wait, that's not all! This home comes with your very own private, fully tiled, front porch with outdoor lighting for those picturesque summer nights! Now the the actual home itself! Upon entry, you will find hardwood and tile floors throughout, including an oak staircase and railing. Level one features a living room / dining room combination with French doors to an eat in kitchen. The half bathroom is located right off the den/family room House Painting
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