By Tammy Sons
People are always looking for ways to add value to their home, but it always seems like they look for the big things versus just small things.
Many people don't realize that just a few small, inexpensive things can add as much value to your home as the large ones can. For most people, they think to add value to your home you have to remodel your kitchen, add a garage, pool or another large item when in fact you don't.
Adding planters to your front entryway goes a long way. Not only does planters let people know that you take care of your home, but you take pride in it too. Repainting your home or garage also adds value because it lets people know you take care of your home. Pulling weeds and keeping the grass mowed and looked nice is a freebie but can also add curb appeal and value to your home because it lets people know that your home has been taken care of.
Adding value to your home doesn't always have to be remodeling projects and cost a lot of money they can be simple, small things too! You can improve your landscape by planting some new trees from a reputable gardening nursery.