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4 Tips To Enhance The Curb Appeal Of Your Home This Fall

4 Tips To Enhance The Curb Appeal Of Your Home This Fall

With summer fast coming to a close, most homeowners are performing the last few tasks needed to make sure their landscaping is ready to transition into the fall. While it is certainly a good idea to make sure that your landscaping is prepared for cooler months ahead, there is nothing that says you can’t undertake other landscaping projects this fall that will keep your home looking its best all fall and winter long. There are a number of excellent landscaping project options that can be done in the fall, but how do you know which projects are the right ones to spend time on this fall, and which ones are better left until later? Fortunately, our team of landscapers are here to answer just that. Some of the best projects to undertake in the fall are the ones that result in the highest amount of curb appeal for your home. Curb appeal is very important. Not only does curb appeal make a major difference if you are looking to sell your home, but it is also a big factor in the overall value of your home as well. In an effort to help you keep your home’s curb appeal high this fall, our team of professionals have taken the time to put together this short list highlighting what just a few of the better landscaping projects are that you can undertake this fall to ensure your home continues to look its best all year long.

Spruce Up Your Lawn

Just because the summer is coming to a close, doesn’t mean that you can forget about your lawn. While most homeowners are preparing to mow their lawn for the final times as the growing season winds down in the next month or so, it is important to remember that keeping your lawn looking its best is a year-round project. During the fall, it is important to make sure that you clear away and falling leaves and keep debris from piling up on your grass. Unfortunately this is likely something that you are going to have to keep at, as there always seems to be more of them, no matter how many that you rake up. Leaves or pine needles that are left piled up on your lawn can keep your grass from absorbing the nutrients it needs over the course of the fall and winter to come back strong in the spring, leaving you with spots that can’t keep up with the rest of your lawn, or spots that have died entirely.

Plant Fall Flowers

Once your have your lawn looking its best, it’s time to spruce up the color of your landscaping with some new fall flowers. There are a number of wonderful fall blooms out there for you to choose from, so no matter what kind of aesthetic you would like to give the exterior of your home, there are certainly options out there to help you achieve it.

Install Outdoor Lighting

As the days start to get shorter and shorter over the coming months, the dramatic effect that new outdoor lighting can have on your home is going to get more and more noticeable. Whether you are looking to give potential homebuyers a glance at the nighttime beauty of your home, or you are just looking to highlight your festive displays, new outdoor lighting could be just the solution you’ve been searching for. Outdoor lighting can serve a wide variety of different functions around your property. From increasing the overall security of your property, to highlighting particular aspects of your landscape that you are most proud of, or even if you are just looking to give the exterior of your home a more vibrant and softer appearance, outdoor lighting can help you accomplish all of your goals. No matter how simple or complex your design might be, our team of professionals can help you get the job done.

Add That New Hardscaping Feature

Now that the growing season is dying down a bit, there is less to worry about in terms of relocating your flowers and other elements of your garden, which makes this a perfect time of the year to add that new hardscaping feature that you’ve been looking at. Hardscaping features can serve a number of different uses around your landscaping, from making raised flowerbeds, to natural stone retaining walls, and even creating unique garden pathways that add a touch of elegance to your outdoor areas, hardscaping can really do it all. Call The Wallace Company for more information today!