Whether it’s Property Brothers, Love It Or list It, The Vanilla Ice Project, or Kitchen Crashers, most of us have our personal favorite when it comes to home improvement TV shows. What makes these shows so popular is that home owners are always looking for new and creative ways to improve their most valuable investment. Many choose the DIY approach while others decide to “leave it to the professionals.” Regardless of what camp you’re in, the biggest surprise most home owners find is how even the smallest of improvements can go a long way toward property value, curb appeal, and resale.
Revitalized Front Doors Have a Big Impact on Value
The front entry is often the easiest place to make the biggest impact for the smallest effort. This 6’ x 6’ area is the first thing visitors see when coming to your home. It is also the first experience potential buyers have when hunting for their dream house. Revitalizing the entryway into your home is often more affordable than many think, and causes a surprisingly short interruption in your daily routine. Whether you choose decorative glass inserts placed in your current door, or decide to replace your entire entry including side windows, the overall impact on the curb appeal of your home will astound you.
Video Tips for the DIY Project
For those of you thinking about the DIY option when it comes to replacing your front door, you may want to watch the clip from This Old House below to see just how much work is involved in tackling this particular home improvement project.
Contact Dream Doors Today!
Whether you’re considering putting your house on the market, or just want to increase the property value during the warm summer months, now is the best time to review your front entry options. Simple touches tend to go the furthest, and your home will be looking its best in no time. Our team offers several choices, from custom decorative glass inserts to a complete front door “makeover,” we can definitely help transform your vision into a reality. Contact our team today for a professional, on-site quote.