Tips for Winter Curb Appeal | HGTV

Fall and winter are the busiest seasons of the year for contractors. Most homeowners take their homes for granted, but there are many things you can do to get ready for fall and winter. Here are five tips to help you get ready for fall and winter.

  1. Install insulation

Insulation can be a great way to save money on your heating and cooling bills. It can also make your home more comfortable in the fall and winter months by reducing air leakage, keeping warm air inside your home, and keeping cold air out of your house.

If you have an older home with no insulation, it may be time for a retrofit project that includes installing blown-in fiberglass insulation and adding a foam spray blanket around the exterior of your home. This will add an additional layer of protection against cold weather and make your home more comfortable year-round.

  1. Clean up your yard

If you have a new yard and don’t plan on spending much time in it during the summer months, consider hiring someone to clean up the yard before fall arrives or after spring is over. A good landscaper will do this for you at a reasonable price so that there’s nothing left over when spring rolls around again next year.

  1. Fix up your windows and doors

Fix up your windows and doors so they’re easy to open and close without getting stuck or breaking off easily when cold weather arrives (which can happen quickly in some parts of the country). The easiest way to do this is to buy weatherproof paint for your windows and doors, then apply it yourself before you leave on holiday. You can also hire someone to come in and paint them for you if you prefer.

  1. Install storm windows

Storm windows are another great way to keep your home warmer during the winter months. They’re designed to prevent heat loss by allowing natural light in and keeping the cold air out. Natural light keeps homes feeling bright and airy, which will make your home feel more welcoming when you return from work each day. Storm windows also help reduce noise levels in homes so you don’t have to crank up the volume on your stereo just to enjoy some music while you iron clothes or cook dinner. 

  1. Consider replacing your old garden furniture

A lot of people don’t think about replacing their old garden furniture until it’s too late – but there are plenty of options out there that will make your garden look great again, even if it’s not quite as nice as it used to be. Try searching online for patio sets that will suit your garden and budget, then take a look at what’s available in store before making a decision. You’ll be able to see how they look in real life before committing.