You know that one, perfect yard that stands out on the block. Why can’t your yard look like that? Fortunately, it can.
To start, we’ll go through the basics you’re looking into. The first place you should start is to ask yourself what you can do to increase that appeal. Luckily enough, some of these tips you can apply in one afternoon.
Landscaping Tips That Add Curb Value Fast
Tree trimming is a great place to start. Your trees have a major impact on the ecosystem of your entire yard. Without quality attention, they’re at risk of overgrowth and diminishing the yield your plants produce. Take the time to assess how far along in their cycle they are, which branches have grown past their optimal length, and rake up leaves as well. This will keep your lawn area tended to, and also reduce the risk of your plants being negatively impacted by your tree’s growth.
Garden Fertilizing and Good Soil
Fertilizing your garden and using good soil will sprout exceptional growth overall. You want to make sure that whenever you’re looking in a store, you consult experts as they’re available to discuss which soil and fertilizers are best for your set of plants. Remember: every plant has a season that’s best for them. Take that into account especially if you’re just beginning gardening. It can be tough to increase curb appeal with plants that are out of season as well.
Lawn care is vital as well. A vibrant green lawn is something we all aspire to have. While lawn painting is a viable solution for looks, it’s not going to create a long term solution for your lawn being healthy. Lawn care with trimming, watering, and tending to plant growth will keep your lawn in peak condition.
However, this can be extremely time-consuming. Your best bet for quick solutions to maintaining your lawn is looking to a professional. To get started, give us a call today. We’ll assess your needs firsthand and provide quick solutions to add a bit of that curb value your home’s been missing. Also, we can evaluate the health of your trees as well. This is best to do in seasons where they are at their most minimal growth (Fall/Winter), but can be conducted at any time.