3 easy steps to a fresh, new home exterior

✨Is the outside of your home looking a little drab lately? Give it a fresh, new look by painting the exterior.

3 easy steps to a fresh, new home exterior

Step 1 – wash your house (one day)
You’ll need a pressure washer (it’s the easiest way to tackle this step), a long-handled scrub brush, and cleaning solution.

Step 2 – make repairs (one weekend)
For this step, be sure you have an entire weekend free to take care of any wear or damage you found as you washed the exterior of your home.

Step 3 – paint (one month)
Take your time and make it look great. Here’s the timeline.

Week 1 – replace the front door casing.
Plan it all out on paper before heading to the home improvement store for supplies.

Week 2 – paint the siding
Tape and cover any surfaces you won’t be painting (windows, light fixtures, etc.) and use an angled brush to make clean lines along edges.

Week 3 – put on the second coat
Take some sandpaper to any drips or debris you find in the first coat of paint and then apply a second coat.

Week 4 – add the finishing touches
Anyone can give their home a fresh, new look following the simple steps above.

Emma Co Personal Real Estate Corp | Macdonald Realty | 6046183888

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