3 Things You Can Do To Increase Curb Appeal

Posted on February 27th, 2020 by Devine Bros

With the spring season rapidly approaching, we’re waiting for the warm weather to come as well, paired with outdoor activities in the backyard! And while we’re all patiently awaiting the arrival of warm sunlight to melt the snow and give us a tan, there’s a few things to do to prepare your own for the coming months. Increasing curb appeal is certainly an option for many, and it’s worth the time and investment! Here are a few things you can do.

Exterior of small American house with blue paint and red entrance door. Northwest, USA


Other than your actual house, the grass is the first thing someone is going to see when they pull up to your residence. For this reason, it’s important to make sure the grass, shrubbery, floral arrangements and other items on the property are ready to prosper all spring long. By tackling this project early, you can effectively have a beautiful lawn and landscape for all to see all season long!

Outdoor Projects

Thinking about your driveway, retaining walls, walkways and more, there are a ton of things to consider when building curb appeal from different angles. All of those materials should be bought in bulk, in advance, so you’re ready to begin as soon as it’s warm enough to start working! 


Your home is something everyone looks at as they drive by, and your windows, siding, shutters, doors and roof are all part of that. Consider inspecting all of these areas and making sure they’re in good working order by the time it’s warm enough to spend time outside. With these projects out of the way, it’s much easier to enjoy your weekends off with less to worry about!

Helping Norwalk homeowners improve their lives at home is something Devine Brothers has been providing to their customers for over 100 years! If you’re interested in learning more about our service or need supplies, make sure to get in contact with us today! For more tips & tricks, make sure to like us on Facebook!

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