03 May Window cleaning, siding cleaning and eavestrough cleaning to help sell your house
Thinking of Selling your Home?
Whether it’s replacing old gutter systems, washing the windows, controlling pests (such as spiders), or simply having the siding cleaned – exterior maintenance finds itself at the top of many blogs with tips to increase your curb appeal.
Check out these articles from 2 of our favorite Home and Garden websites. What we do, is on their list!
Here’s what House Logic Has to say:
Tip #1: Wash Your House’s Face
Before you scrape any paint or plant more azaleas, wash the dirt, mildew, and general grunge off the outside of your house. REALTORS® say washing a house can add $10,000 to $15,000 to the sale prices of some houses.
A bucket of soapy water and a long-handled, soft-bristled brush can remove the dust and dirt that have splashed onto your wood, vinyl, metal, stucco, brick, and fiber cement siding. Power washers can reveal the true color of your flagstone walkways.
Here’s what Home and Garden Television Has to say:
2: Act Like a Buyer
Walk around your entire home’s exterior with a critical eye and a notepad and pen.
Take notes on what looks “off” and needs repairing, replacing or cleaning.
Get in your car and drive by slowly from both directions during the day and night. You might see something you’ve never noticed before, like a Frisbee on the roof or a missing piece of siding.
Read more: http://www.hgtv.com/design/outdoor-design/landscaping-and-hardscaping/10-curb-appeal-tips-from-the-pros-pictures