How to have the best of both worlds for your house | Home security and curb appeal
This article about improving home security and curb appeal is sponsored by Price’s Guaranteed Doors.
Home security and curb appeal are both important and can be improved at the same time
Most homeowners want to ensure their homes are as safe as possible while looking good. Curb appeal is a big part of that. But when it comes to home security, there are a few things that you can do to make sure your home is protected, no matter what the neighborhood looks like.
Update your garage door
If you’re like most homeowners, your garage door is one of the first things that people see when they pull up to your house. A worn-out or outdated garage door can really hurt your home’s curb appeal. It’s also a potential security hazard, as an old garage door is more likely to be easily broken into. That’s why it’s a good idea to give your garage door an update every few years.
Add a beautiful front door
Adding a beautiful front door to your home is not only a great way to improve your home security, but it can also give your home curb appeal. A beautiful front door can really make your home stand out and add some extra character. There are many styles and designs of front doors available, so you are sure to find one that will perfectly match your home’s style.
Front doors can also be made from a variety of materials, so you can choose one that best suits your needs. Some popular materials for front doors include wood, metal, and fiberglass. You will also need to decide what type of locking mechanism you want. A standard deadbolt lock is a good option. Or you could choose a more high-security option like a keyless entry system.
Install a security system
Installing a security system is one of the best ways to improve the security of your home. Security systems can include features like alarms, cameras, and motion detectors. Many security systems also include remote monitoring, which allows you to keep an eye on your home even when you’re not there. Installing a security system can be a great way to protect your home and your family.
There are many ways to improve lighting in your home, both for security and curb appeal. Outdoor lights are a great way to deter burglars and also make your home look more inviting from the street. You can install lights on the front and back of your house, as well as in any outdoor areas, like the porch or driveway.
Indoor lights are also important for security. Place bright lamps near entrances and other vulnerable areas of your home. Make sure all doors and windows are well lit at night, both from the inside and outside. This will help you see what’s going on around your home and also make it more difficult for burglars to sneak in undetected.
Making your home brighter can also improve its curb appeal. Add some extra light fixtures to dark hallways or corners, or replace old light bulbs with brighter ones.
Trim trees and bushes
It’s easy to forget about trimming trees and bushes when you’re busy with other things, but it’s important to make time for this task. Not only does trimming help keep your home looking its best, it also enhances your security. Bushes that are too tall can provide cover for thieves. Overgrown trees can make it difficult to see who is coming or going from your property. Trimmed trees and bushes also improve curb appeal, which can help increase the resale value of your home.
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