If you’ve ever looked in the window of the real estate agent then you’ll appreciate the difference a well-modeled exterior can make, both to the appeal and value of a home. If you want your home to look it’s best, or simply to get as much money as possible from it, you need to think about exterior home remodeling and renovation.
Fortunately, we’re here to help you choose the best possible way forward.
1. Clad It!
There is a stunning array of vinyl cladding options currently available. You can opt for traditional wood-look in almost any color, or you can even opt for a tiled finish.
Cladding is very easy to install, the professionals can transform your house in a few days. It provides instantly noticeable effects, and it protects your existing walls from the weather, specifically wind and rain.
But, it also creates an extra layer of insulation, improving your home’s ability to stay warm in winter and cool in summer. That’s going to save you money on the energy bill!
Your windows and doors may seem like immovable structures but they can be removed, changed, and new ones added.
Replacing your windows and doors is a great opportunity to choose the latest energy-efficient ones But, it also provides the opportunity to play with the color and styles available. Darkened windows, wood effect, or even frosted glass windows.
There’s a huge number of windows and doors to choose from, take your time, you only want to be doing this renovation once!
Adding shutters to your windows and doors is a great way to change the look and feel of your home. The shutters don’t need to close to create the effect. Simply being fitted will make your house seem more like a home, it’s amazing the difference it can make.
The best part is that you can introduce bright colors in small doses which will highlight the positive attributes in your home.
You can’t remodel or renovate the exterior of a home without considering lighting. You need to be able to see your way to the front door on a dark night. Lighting up the garage and your driveway can help to avoid expensive accidents in the evening.
You can also add lights to the house to deter thieves, they would rather work in the dark!
Finally, when renovating or remodeling the exterior of a home it’s easy to overlook, the yard. However, landscaping the yard can improve the look, feel, and value of your home.
Start by trimming everything to see what you actually have left. This will allow you to create a plan for where things should be positioned. Remember to include a seating area, flower beds if necessary, and stick to low maintenance lawns.
The aim is to create a tidy and attractive house, not one that is only perfect for keen gardeners. The good news is there is no limit to what you can do when landscaping your garden.