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What more can be said of the importance of first impressions? They’re important, of course. And one of the ways that you can establish a winning first impression when it comes to your home is to amp up your curb appeal.

You’ve heard a lot about curb appeal before, too. But, it should be said that not every situation where curb appeal is concerned is about selling a home. Sometimes, it’s about staying in one too. Curb appeal is one of the outward results of how you’ve transformed a home and property from one that is impersonal, or even kind of ‘blah‘, to one that matches the home of your dreams. And transformation is really what all home improvement is all about. It’s a means of discovering that the home you live in actually offers more than you thought it would before you started your renovation projects.

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In this respect, this isn’t just about marketing your home to sell it on to someone else. It’s about a sense of accomplishment, too. Siding, roofing, stone pavers for walkways, landscaping additions, and other projects can help you to realize the full potential of your property, and help you move closer to your ideal vision. And even simple additions like considering symmetry with accessories, or repainting a door, can make all the difference to the transformation process.

So, whether you’re selling a home, or staying in one, here are 20 ways to add curb appeal to your home.

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20 Ways To Add Curb Appeal

20 Ways to add Curb Appeal

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Rob Jones

Rob served as Editor-In-Chief of BuildDirect Blog: Life At Home from 2007-2016. He is a writer, Dad, content strategist, and music fan.