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Home Exterior Remodeling Gilmer TX

Looking for Home Exterior Remodeling in Gilmer? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Gilmer that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Home Exterior Remodeling in Gilmer.

Mark T. Keeler
MTK Inspection Services
903-261-9522
1409 Rosedown St
Longview, TX
 
Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse Of Longview
(903) 663-5222
3313 N 4th St
Longview, TX
 
Sears Home Services
8777608339
3510 MCCANN RD
LONGVIEW, TX

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Jason Franco Home Refurbishing
(903) 291-0981
200 E Lynnwood Ln
Longview, TX
 
Billingsley Bill Construction
(903) 297-0499
3400 W Marshall Ave
Longview, TX
 
Duszik Joe R Construction
(903) 663-6434
259 Apple Rd
Longview, TX
 
Hatfield's Paint and Repair
(903) 234-8126
2905 Clendenen Ln
Longview, TX
 
Salter Construction Co
(903) 297-0898
1203-B West Loop 281 Ste 114
Longview, TX
 
Task Construction Co
(903) 759-1350
205 Debra Dr
Longview, TX
 
A One Home Improvements
(903) 759-4336
T Reel Rd
Longview, TX
 
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7 Quick & Inexpensive Home Exterior Updates

Written by Matthew C. Keegan  //  2012/02/09  //  Exterior Home  //  No comments

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Give your home some sparkle this weekend.

Does your house give you the blahs when you look at it from the outside? Short of a pricey renovation, you can do some things to help step up your home’s visual appeal, projects that can be done in an afternoon or over a long weekend. Add some sparkle to your home to give it a lift, sending your blahs packing!

1. Paint the mailbox — Homes with rural or curbside mailboxes can add some pizzazz by painting the post and wrapping the mailbox. Add a neutral color to the post or one that matches the exterior of your home. Mailbox wraps can be changed seasonally and include a festive look such as an American flag, a whimsical children’s character layout or take on a Christmas look around the holidays.

2. Add window cladding — Windows can be updated quickly by adding aluminum cladding on window frames. Cladding is a low-maintenance enhancement, one that comes in various colors. If your home needs to “pop” then cladding can help get it done.

3. Change the lighting — Old light fixtures can look fine, but if those fixtures were trendy, then the appeal may have long past by. Replace your front entrance lighting with new fixtures. While you’re at it, change door knockers, house numbers and put down a new welcome mat.

4. Paint the front door — A white door may be fine, but it can be so commonplace. Why not rip a page out of the “doors of Dublin” playbook (see second reference) to design a look that can transform your home? You don’t have to replace the door in its entirety, but consider doing so if your door is worn or outdated.

5. Add or replace shutters — Shutters add visual appeal to any home and can contrast windows, siding or both. Old shutters can detract from your home; new shutters can give your home a fresh look. Choose easy maintenance shutters made from fiberglass or PVC.

6. Stain your concrete — Take that blah-looking front patio or walkway and mix in some color. Whoever said that walkways must be white? There is much preparation to be done to give your concrete a new look and you’ll need to apply a sealant. That means you may need to take several days or a pair of weekends to give your concrete a fresh look.

7. Plant flowers — Perhaps all that is needed to give your home a...

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