Whether you're looking to sell your home or just want to freshen your home's exterior, increasing your curb appeal offers homeowners many benefits. What types of products do you need to make your house look presentable and organized? What can you do to make your home look the best so that you can maintain its value and be more marketable?
With some easy spruce-up tips and elegant products, you can make any property look better. Here are four quick ways to boost your home's curb appeal.
Curb Appeal: Why It Matters
How your house looks plays a large role in its function and value. If you have an HOA to keep up with, maintaining excellent curb appeal is especially important. Letting your home’s appearance slide can result in fines and nuisance notices. When it comes to personal enjoyment of your home, having an attractive exterior with a neat yard reduces stress and makes you more proud of your home. On top of this, a home with good curb appeal is more valuable in the real estate market.
In any neighborhood, the house with landscaping, organized sheds, and power-washed exterior looks far better than the one with overgrown weeds and junk around the yard. Thankfully, it doesn’t take a lot of time or cost thousands of dollars to fix these minor problems. By maintaining its curb appeal, you can save your home's reputation and keep its value as high as possible.
Happy spring! In our recent Early Spring Gardening Tips blog, we recommend a few great tools to help you start planting as soon as possible and extend your growing season. One innovative item mentioned is the raised bed greenhouse (or mini-greenhouse). Here, we’ll explain in more detail the benefits to these structures, what you can plant in them, and more.
What’s a Raised Bed Greenhouse and Why Should You Use One?
To put it simply, a raised bed greenhouse combines the compact design of a raised bed and the temperature-controlling enclosure of a greenhouse. These structures consist of a translucent fabric cover that attaches to your raised bed. A raised bed greenhouse’s unique design creates an optimum growing environment for seedlings even in the early stages of spring. Raised beds provide a portable structure filled with loose, aerated soil that eliminates the hassles of weeds, unwelcome critters, or frozen ground when planting. The greenhouse cover ensures temperature control with sufficient airflow so plants can grow in an ideal climate. With a raised bed greenhouse, plants get just enough sunlight, heat, and ventilation in order to grow more efficiently.
Here are a few more benefits of planting in a raised bed greenhouse:
Portability/More Location Options. A raised bed greenhouse allows you to plant virtually anywhere on your property. Because raised beds offer an elevated and portable terrain, tree roots, large rocks, or even lack of