When preparing to list your home for sale, there are a million to-do’s going through your mind. Which repairs need to be made? How do we make our home look its best? When it comes to curb appeal, experts say that there are really 4 areas to focus on that will give you the most attractive home on the block!

1. Exterior Window Cleaning.

When it comes to enhancing your curb appeal, clean and clear windows go a long way. Not only does it help to make the interior seem much more light and bright, but it looks polished from the outside as well. That first impression is crucial in real estate. And professionally cleaned windows from Mickeys makes a world of difference.

If your home has screens, a great add-on would be to have our team clean those screens as well. We will remove all the dust, allergens and cob webs to ensure a beautifully cleaned window.

2. Pressure Washing.

When dirt, mold, and stains accumulate over time, it’s hard for you, the homeowner, to notice. But wow do you notice when these surfaces are clean! Not only does a good pressure washing of the exterior of your home look great, but it helps to maintain the home and extend the life of those surfaces.

So, before you put that for sale sign in your front yard, have Mickeys out to pressure wash your home’s exterior, driveway, and/or patios. This makes for a great first impression.

3. Gutter Cleaning.

Gutter cleaning is essential for many reasons. Imagine spending all of the time and energy sprucing up your flower beds and landscaping, only for your clogged gutters to cause erosion and ruin all of your hard work. Neglecting your gutter maintenance leads to much more serious issues that not only affect the appearance of your home, but can also impact it’s health as well.

4. Landscaping.

Once the windows are cleaned, surfaces pressure washed, and gutters cleaned, we wrap up the list with beautiful landscaping. Trimming existing bushes and planting fresh flowers and greenery are crucial elements in boosting your home’s curb appeal. We recommend reaching out to another locally owned landscaping company to come out and take a look at how they can improve your landscape.

Of course if you have a green thumb you can save a little money and tackle this project yourself!