2021-03-23 Selah Painting Saint Louis MO Curb Appeal Weekend Projects

7 Weekend Projects To Boost Your Curb Appeal in St. Louis, MO

7 Weekend Projects To Boost Your Curb Appeal in St. Louis, MO

When you’re looking to boost your curb appeal, you might think that it’s the kind of thing that is going to require quite a lot of time, investment wise, to get anything accomplished, and yet the truth is that there are plenty of things that can be done in the course of a weekend.

The key thing to bear in mind is that you should choose something to do to improve your curb appeal and make use of a good weekend (perhaps a long weekend if one is available to you) and then make it happen.

With that in mind, let’s look at the seven weekend projects to boost your curb appeal in St. Louis, MO.

1. Painted Window Shutters

One thing that you can do to boost your curb appeal that is only going to take you the course of a weekend (or even less than that, if you get really into the process) is to paint your window shutters.

The nice thing about painting your window shutters is that you can add a good accent (contrasting, even) to your home exterior and thus add a nice second color to it.

2. Small Planters

In terms of improving your curb appeal, one nice thing you can do is to add plants — but plants typically take a good amount of time and effort.

Small planters, on the other hand, do not take nearly as much time and they will be a lot easier to rearrange in that they aren’t going to be rooted in the ground (pun not intended) and thus can be shifted from one part of your home exterior to another.

By doing this you are going to be able to take the colors of the plants and put them where they are needed more if you realize that they are better suited in other places.

3. Illuminated Walkway

A good walkway is going to be just the thing to get yourself and your visitors from one part of your front yard to the front or side door, and if there’s one thing that is going to improve that walkway it’s being sure that it’s not going to be hazardous come nightfall.

There are quite a number of lights for your walkway that you can install yourself in the course of a few hours and best of all, you don’t have to think about wiring because they will come with solar charged batteries that release their power at night and charge during the day.

4. Better Lighting For Your Porch

Speaking of lighting, you should look at your porch and think about when you most recently updated the lighting — even if this is only in terms of getting better light bulbs for your porch.

The thing that a lot of people don’t realize about replacing lightbulbs is that you can go from using quite a lot of electricity in heating light bulbs (many light bulbs lose a lot of electricity this way) to using a lot less electricity in producing a possibly brighter light.

The money you save on using less electricity can ultimately offset the money you spend on upgrading your lighting.

5. Trimmed Trees

Another thing you can actively do in the course of a weekend that will significantly improve the way that your home looks and boost your curb appeal is to trim your trees.

Though it’s not something that will take you a significant amount of time (depending on your ability to trim trees, of course) it will be really good in terms of the appearance in that your home will look rather haggard when the trees have not been trimmed in a really long time.

6. Replacement Doormat

A fairly simple way that you can boost your curb appeal comes in the form of if your doormat looks good enough or if it will need to be replaced.

A rule of thumb as it were with a doormat is that if your doormat is coming apart and it looks like a gust of wind might decimate it, you should probably replace it.

This is the kind of thing where you can get really creative and personalize it to match your personality and it will make your home look that much better.

7. Power Wash Your Driveway

Lastly, take a few hours out of your weekend and really give your driveway a good power washing — and you will see tremendous results in how much better your curb appeal is pretty quickly.

The amount of dirt and grime that accumulates overtime on a driveway is quite impressive, and though traditional means of driveway cleaning can take many hours, a good power washing will take a lot less time and will do a better job.

We would love the opportunity to be your go-to exterior painter in St. Louis, MO. Call us at 314-582-5272 to book a FREE estimate, and let us help you enhance the interior of your home so you can focus on other things.

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