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5 Ways to Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal January 18, 2019

Greensboro, Guilford
5 Ways to Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal, Greensboro, North Carolina

The front yard is the first part of your home guests, and potential buyers see, so you want it to give a warm and welcoming impression. Beautiful designs don’t need to break the bank, and you can impress the whole neighborhood with a little creativity and help from an experienced landscaper. Here are a few quick tips to elevate your home’s curb appeal.

How to Improve Curb Appeal

1. Spruce up the Entryway

The porch and doorway mark the grand entrance to your home, and they’ll likely be the focal points of your front yard. Transform plain entryways with decorative light fixtures, a fresh coat of paint, and lush potted plants that can be seen from the street. Anything that adds charm to your entryway will benefit your curb appeal.

2. Make Your Porch a Living Space

A porch has a lot of potential, but they look barren when you leave them empty. You might want to turn it into an outdoor living space where you can enjoy morning coffee and chat with neighbors. Consider adding a small outdoor bistro set and homey décor to give your front yard a cozy feel.

3. Add Pops of Color

landscapersColorful yards give homes a lot of character, and flowers provide the perfect amount of pop. Work with your landscaper to design a lovely array of potted flowers. You could also build a retaining wall to frame your flowers and enclose the garden. Use beautiful stonework to keep plants organized and protect your yard against runoff.

4. Trim Trees & Shrubs

A clean yard gives the impression of a clean home, so don’t let your yard turn into a jungle. Overgrown trees and shrubs aren’t attractive, and you should hire a landscaper to properly maintain them. Regular trimming will keep your exterior looking neat and tidy, so be sure to clear up fallen leaves, branches, and debris.

5. Lead Guests In

Think about the convenience and appearance of the path to your door. Are there uneven cracks or loose stones? Is there a bush blocking part of the path? The walkway should provide a direct route to your door, be safe, clear of debris and shrubbery, and most of all, inviting. Work with a landscaper to design a stylish, new path to intrigue and welcome visitors.


landscaperIf you want to improve the curb appeal of your home, contact our skilled team of landscapers at Edgefield Plant & Stone Center in North Carolina. We have over 30 years of industry experience, and our garden center has all the supplies you need to transform your yard. We offer the top design and installation services, including landscaping assistance, stone and rock work, and plant selection. Our team serves residents in the Guilford County area and is dedicated to bringing your ideas to life, no matter your budget. Learn more about our services online or call (336) 662-0081 to begin your project today.

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