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5 Ways to Add Curb Appeal to Your Home

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When you’re ready to do some home improvement projects, you’re probably looking for renovations that make a big visual impact or add value to your home (ideally, both!)

Our home improvement experts are here with five projects that are sure to increase your home’s curb appeal. Best of all? These projects will also add value and many of them increase your home’s energy efficiency as well. That’s a win-win-win!

Here are our top five projects to add curb appeal:

1. Install New Siding

Updating your home’s exterior cladding makes the largest impact in your home’s appearance and curb appeal. Whether your siding is damaged or faded or the color just isn’t on trend anymore, having new vinyl siding installed will instantly make your home look refreshed and boost your curb appeal.

home with vinyl siding

2. Install New Entry Door

Looking to make a big impact but only have the time or budget for one project? Spruce up your entryway and create an inviting space with a new entry door! Go bold with red, deep purple, or black or make your front door a blank canvas with a gorgeous neutral-colored door. And with our durable fiberglass doors, you’ll never have to worry about repainting or staining it. 

Besides improving your curb appeal, Window World Entry Doors are insulated and energy-efficient, saving you money on your energy bill every month.

Front Entry Door - House 33

3. Explore New Windows

You may not think about windows when you think about increasing your curb appeal, but they have a big impact on your home’s appearance. Not only does replacing your windows give your home a polished look, but it also increases your home’s energy efficiency.

You can even change up the styles of your windows to completely change the way your home looks! Switch a single or double-hung window for a casement window for uninterrupted views. Switch your old kitchen window for a charming garden window and you’ll always have a spot to grow fresh herbs right in your kitchen.

Casement windows let light into in large bedroom.

4. Take Time to Do Some Landscaping 

Putting some extra care into your outdoor spaces is a surefire way to add curb appeal.

Landscaping doesn’t have to be complicated, either! Simply keeping your lawn mowed and weed-free is an easy way to make your home look more appealing. Take it a step further by planting some flowers or shrubs around the front of your home and create a border with pavers. You can add a finishing touch by adding pathway lights around your front walk and in your flower beds.

Front Elevation - House 27

5. Spruce Up Your Front Porch

Who doesn’t love sitting on the front porch on a nice day? Creating a warm, inviting front porch not only makes it a nicer place to relax, it adds a lot of curb appeal. 

Start by removing clutter from your porch and sweeping away any leaves or dirt. Replace or repair any railing that is damaged and give all railing and trim a new coat of paint. Add your patio furniture, a welcome mat, and some greenery to complete the look!

Front Porch - House 38

Transform Your Home With Window World of Dallas-Fort Worth

If you’re in the market for new windows, entry doors, or siding, make Window World of Dallas-Fort Worth your first choice! With a variety of window and door styles and colors, we have something to fit your home’s style and your budget. Get started by requesting your free consultation today!