Installing New Windows Will add Curb Appeal

September 12, 2015

When you think about curb appeal, the first thing that comes to mind is a well-manicured lawn, planting colorful flowers in the garden, and pressure washing the sidewalks and driveway. What about your windows and doors? Installing new windows will add curb appeal and increase the value of your home. When the time comes to sell your home, the cost of the new windows will easily be recouped by boosting your property value, and separating you from the competition.

If you live in an older home your existing windows and doors may be outdated. Architectural styles have changed over time and new window styles are now available. Installing new windows will add curb appeal and change the personality of your home. New windows can accentuate your existing design and give the impression that your home is more luxurious.

Other Quick Tips to Add Curb Appeal

Window Shutters: Installing shutters can create a whole new look to your home. If you already have shutters installed, a quick color update can completely change the appearance of your home. New composite shingle materials are very durable and are virtually maintenance free.
Window Boxes: Installing window boxes is a quick and easy way to add color and charm to your home. Copper and iron boxes provide a more traditional look, while painted window boxes create a rustic, cottage feel.
Front Door Trim: Framing your front entry door with detailed trim can create a dramatic entryway. Simply repainting existing trim with a brighter color can make your front door pop to the eye. Replace old hardware with a new hardware set that matches the architectural design of your home. Install new house numbers and light fixtures. All of these elements should work in harmony.
Install Outdoor Lighting: Low voltage accent lights along the front entry sidewalk will add curb appeal and improve safety. Add some accent spot lights to illuminate small trees and shrubs at the front of your home. You can avoid the hassle of hard wiring and digging trenches by purchasing solar fixtures.
Easy Accents: Create symmetry at your front entryway by placing a large planter on either side of the front door. You can dress up the front door with a wreath or swag that matches the interior design of your home and reflects your personality. Add some subtle yard art or bird bath to the front garden.

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Have more questions about installing new windows and the options that are available? Contact One Source Renovation, LLC at or give us a call at (815)-634-8922.