Tips To Give Your Yard The Best Curb Appeal

When you know you need to prepare your home and sell it on the real estate market, all the work and preparation to make your home attractive to a buyer may seem endless. But there are specific areas of your home you can improve upon, inside and out, which can make it ready to receive a purchase offer. Here are some recommendations to help give your yard the boost to its curb appeal it needs to attract the right buyer.

Install a Decorative Perimeter Fence

The front yard of your home needs to be attractive-looking but may also need to provide security to a homeowner. And by installing a perimeter fence in your front yard, you can provide that extra security to your home and yard. A front yard fence makes a safer area for children and pets to play and helps prevent unwanted persons from wandering into your yard.

But be sure the fence you have installed in your yard does not block the view between your driveway and the roadway, and also makes it easy to view the beauty in your front home's landscaping. And all this can be accomplished by installing a wrought iron, chain link, or wooden picket fence.

Talk to a local fencing company like Gatlin Fence Company about your options for a front yard security fence with an access gate that you can lock or leave open. They can prepare your yard for and install the fence in a manner that does not cause unnecessary harm your yard's existing landscaping.

Plant and Maintain Landscaping

If your front yard does not include landscaping to provide visual interest, you should add some to improve your yard's beauty. A front yard comprised of a lawn, landscaping borders, and islands with trees and shrubbery will make your yard more attractive to a buyer.

To keep the landscaping maintained until the time of a sale, you should also make sure it has an irrigation system installed throughout. This can include an in-ground sprinkler system along with drip irrigation to reach the individual shrubbery and plants throughout your landscaped areas. Then, set a layer of mulch material over the soil around your landscaping plants to cover the irrigation delivery tubing and to also help hold moisture into the soil for your landscaping plants.

While your home is listed for sale, be sure to take time weekly to pull any weeds, smooth and reposition landscaping mulch, mow and edge your lawn, and fertilize it when recommended. Your lawn makes up a large surface area of your yard, and if it is shaggy and unkempt looking, it will detract from the overall appearance of your home. 


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