Updating old brick house exteriors
There were actually guns and cowboy hats hanging on the wall!”Now the room is light, bright, and family friendly: The baths for the kids had a long way to go, too.
Tired aluminum siding was exchanged for prefinished planking.When it comes to selling your house, first impressions are everything.Buyers are notoriously harsh judges and are often spoilt for choice.The good news is that you don't have to spend a bundle to enjoy a happy trip up your walkway.Budget-friendly shortcuts, such as reusing old hardware or choosing high-quality replicas of expensive materials—plus some good old sweat equity—can lead to major transformations. That’s why street appeal is so critical, and a quick exterior renovation can add considerable value to your home.
This home exterior makeover highlights the problems with the original facade of this red-brick suburban house, and addresses them with five strategic renovation ideas done in under a week – and for about $5000 total.
We've all been taught that it's what's on the inside that counts; but when it comes to your home, the outside is certainly just as important.
A drab exterior can make you cringe every time you approach the front door, while a handsome, thoughtfully designed one can turn the experience into a true pleasure.
The driveway has parking space for two cars and was made with compacted gravel finished with two coats of Pour-On resin, a DIY product that is a fraction of the cost of laying a concrete driveway.
I used the aluminium roof sheets again as a fence to close off the end of the driveway for more privacy.
Whether your home is a cozy cottage or a two-story brick Georgian, you'll find plenty of inspiration to help you along the way.