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5 Ways to Get Instant Curb Appeal For Less

CC Underwood

I lead the Sellin' With CC Team. I was born and raised in Jacksonville and I love this City, love our Jaguars, and love to raise my family here...

I lead the Sellin' With CC Team. I was born and raised in Jacksonville and I love this City, love our Jaguars, and love to raise my family here...

Oct 8 2 minutes read

Paint the Front Door, Trim, or Shutters: Most exterior paint will cost you approximately $30 a gallon. Painting your home can definitely add some brightness and revive your house. Pick a bold color that makes your house stick out, but make sure to match it to the rest of the colors on your house.


Upgrade Your Mailbox: It doesn't matter if you have a regular mailbox by the road or if you have a box mounted to your house, adding a new mailbox can add curb appeal. You can find a new mailbox starting around $20. When you install your mailbox, make sure that you are following the regulations that are set forth in the city that you live in. If you have a simple mailbox mounted on your house, this home improvement project should take less than an hour to complete.


Install New House Numbers: If your house has old or faded house numbers on it, purchase some new numbers to spruce up the curb appeal. Try to match your new house numbers with the finish that is on your exterior light fixtures. Simple house numbers can start at $2.00 for a number or you can look into customized plaques that can cost $50-$100.


Replace Exterior Lighting: When buying new exterior light fixtures, consider both the style of your home and the function of the lights. You want them to be able to adequately illuminate your entryway and make it safer. Look for fixtures that have the same mounting system as the current ones that you have to save yourself some time. Exterior light fixtures can be found anywhere from $20 and up.


Install Flower Boxes: If your house is lacking color, try adding flower boxes. Install them on the front porch railings as well as below the windows. Window boxes are relatively cheap or you can DIY them in an afternoon.

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