There is always a lot that goes into selling a home. Some of the most important things are doing repairs and staying on top of maintenance. But there are also some great projects regarding cleanliness and outward appeal. In this blog, we’ve put together a list of odd jobs that can greatly impact your home’s overall appearance.
The yard is almost always the first thing potential buyers see, so it’s important to keep it looking nice. A few things that can do a lot for your home’s appearance include:
- Hedge and blade trimming
These simple tasks will give your yard a more organized look and keep it free of weeds and other unwanted plants.
2. Deck and Fence Staining
If your home features a deck, or even a fence, to which you’d like to add a little color or stain. If so, you should consider hiring someone to do the job. By choosing a color that has more modern quality, you’ll be able to add some life to your home’s landscape and give your buyers something nice to look at when they walk in.
3. Junk Removal
If you want to maintain a clean and organized look for your home, you’ll want to remove any junk from the exterior of your property. If you have old, broken, or not worth keeping items, consider hiring a professional junk removal service like Got Odd Jobs LLC to take them away.
4. Power Washing
Power washing your home’s exterior will remove dust, dirt, and grime. Not only will it make your home look clean, but it’ll make any underlying problems much more visible as it’s easier to see cracks or other damages when everything is clean and bright.
5. Clean Up the Driveway
When your driveway is full of old tires, children’s toys, or other debris, it’s hard for buyers to picture themselves using it as an outdoor space for their family. For that reason, consider removing any unnecessary items or junk from the driveway and paving it if you don’t already have a smooth surface.
If you’re looking for projects you can do to improve the appeal of your home, get in touch with Get Odd Jobs. We provide services for all sorts of odd jobs in Fairfax County.