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5 Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

As spring quickly approaches and winter comes to a close many homeowners are looking to spruce up the exterior of their homes to make way for outdoor parties and get-togethers. During winter months a home’s exterior can fall to the wayside as homeowners stay inside to avoid the elements. Spring is the perfect time to update your home just in time for summer parties and get-togethers and to transform your home into something you can be proud of. Let’s take a look at some great ways to boost your home’s curb appeal, from minor updates to major renovations. 

New Shutters

One easy way to boost your home’s curb appeal is to add shutters to your windows or upgrade your existing shutters. Shutters will add character to your windows and have the ability to transform a house into a home. There are a wide variety of shutter styles to choose from that can perfectly accent the siding and style of your home, and allow you to add your own flair to your home’s exterior. 

Update Your Porch Or Deck

Another great way to add curb appeal to your home is by updating your front porch or deck. Your porch or deck is constantly exposed to the elements, and many homeowners will notice damage during spring inspections of their homes. The front porch is also the first impression your visitors will have of your home and updating it can bring new life to your home’s exterior. 

If you’re looking for a quick facelift, we recommend updating your porch with new outdoor furniture, an area rug, and some plants or hanging baskets. Here are some great design ideas to get you started. 

If you are looking for a porch or deck replacement, you’ve come to the right place! At E&E our team of experts would love to speak with you about your dream porch, and how to bring it to fruition in a way that fits your budget. 

Replace Your Home’s Siding

Replacing your home’s siding is an investment, but is a great way to bring new life to your home’s exterior and increase its value. Unless you built your home, you probably didn’t have the opportunity to choose your siding’s color or material. At E&E, we are siding experts and love working with our customers to choose materials that fit their styles and durability needs. When people look at your house one of the first things they will notice is your siding; shouldn’t the siding of your home match your style and taste?

Paint or Replace Your Front Door

newly remodeled entryway

Another easy way to give your home an update this spring is to paint, refinish, or replace your front door. Our customers are always shocked at how much a little splash of color on the front door can transform a home, here are some color ideas to get you started. 

If you have different ideas for your entryway, it might be time for a front door replacement. We love getting creative with entryways and working with our customers to create something beautiful. Our entryways don’t have to stop at the front door; updated trim, transom windows, and light fixtures welcome visitors to your home and offer an attractive finish. 

Full Exterior Remodel

A full exterior remodel is a big step but is the best way to boost your curb appeal and transform your house into the home of your dreams. Our team works with our customers during each step of the process to choose siding, window, door, shutter, and roofing options to fully realize their homes’ potential. If you are considering an exterior remodel, we would love to speak with you. Contact us today for a complimentary quote

If you are looking for some more practical ways to boost your curb appeal, check out our spring maintenance tips. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your options we would love to speak with you, contact us for more information.

Published by E&E Contracting

E&E Contracting is operated by Michael and Matt Esh. Michael is a detailed thinker and is the Field Manager for the company. Matt is the General Manager and the natural visionary of the team.