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Improve Curb Appeal with Exterior Remodeling

Are you considering selling your home sometime within the next three to five years? If so, you may be able to get more for your home by making some subtle, yet important improvements to its exterior.


Exterior remodeling includes things like replacing or upgrading windows, changing out siding, upgrading to a better door and/or lighting, or simply giving the old girl a fresh coat of paint. Making upgrades to the outside of your home is important because it’s literally the first thing prospective buyers see when they pull up to your curb.

Curb Appeal

There’s a term realtors use when referring to a home’s ability to make instant connections to buyers. “Curb appeal” refers to how attractive your home looks from the outside to a perfect stranger. And when your home has a lot of curb appeal, it is easier to sell — and often for a lot more money than you might have gotten otherwise.

Making renovations to the front of your home can often be a better investment than interior improvements such as a new kitchen or bathroom — especially if you are planning on selling your home. While you and your family may get more use out of a remodeled bathroom or kitchen in the short term, exterior remodeling can pay more dividends in the long run.

American Remodeling

Even if you aren’t planning on selling your home anytime soon, exterior remodeling can be a good investment — especially if you don’t like the way your house looks from the outside.

With just a few simple improvements — many of which may be more affordable than you think – you can have a better-looking home with significantly more curb appeal. All you need to do is call American Remodeling. We’ve got plenty of ideas for improving the look, and value, of your home.

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