Start of Fall Curb Appeal Dos and Don’ts
Posted on September 24th, 2021 by Devine Bros
Finally, we can welcome fall! A new season means new opportunities to increase your curb appeal. The thing is, curb appeal is affected by every new season, so you’ll have to stay on top of essential dos and don’ts as each season passes. And luckily for you, the team at Devine Bros. has some great tips to take with you into the rest of this autumn.
Do Clean Up The Yard
With all the leaves falling this season, it is easy for your yard to look unkempt and cluttered. Try to pay attention to when it’s time to rake all that debris away to keep a clear lawn. Of course, it’s impossible to have everything be completely neat. But, it can’t hurt to get rid of the bulk of the mess.
Don’t Let Your Bushes Overgrow
It can be easy to forget all about trimming and styling any bushes you have around your yard since fall isn’t the most traditional time to worry about plants and growth. But, they can become unruly, blocking doors or windows if left unattended. So be sure to trim back bushes or shrubs that might be blocking important areas of your home.
Do Prepare Your Outdoors
Just because summer is gone doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors all the time now. Often, with a nice fireplace and well-put-together patio, you can spend some relaxing autumn nights outside. So, get all the chairs, fireplaces, and patio updates done now so you can enjoy the rest of the season!
Don’t Forget to Mulch
Fun fact: fall is actually one of the best times to mulch! Mulch acts as a natural insulator, which will help any plants or flowers around your yard stay healthy for a while. Especially if you’re planning on planting perennials, since mulch can help prevent soil erosion and weeds from growing in that area.
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