How to Make Your Entryway More Welcoming

Does the front of your home look dull and uninviting? The last thing you want to do is give off a terrible first impression to your house guests. Spice of the front of your home by giving your entryway a little tender, loving care!

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Facelift With New Hardware

Having old, decrepit hardware on the front of your home is not a good look. Start by replacing the doorknob (and knocker) because nothing says “Go Away” like a rusted and chipped point of entry. Other pieces you can update include any wall-mounted or overhanging lights, your house-mounted mailbox, and the numbers to help people identify which house is yours.

Scrap The Door

Sometimes new hardware can’t save a door that looks like it survived the war of the worlds. If there are some serious gashes, cracks, and seal issues, it’s best to just scrap the old door in favor of a new one. Once the new door has been picked out, paint it a color to your liking, and dress it up with your new hardware.

Tear Down Old Gutters

Are your current gutters partially disconnected, rusted, with paint peeling and chipping away? Tear down these eyesores in favor of seamless gutters that will look as sleek as they are effective. Not only will your curb appeal skyrocket, but your chances of having roof leaks and property flooding significantly decrease. This is a serious win-win!

Whether you or your guests are walking up to your entryway, you want to make sure it’s as beautiful and inviting as possible. When you need your entry door or gutters replaced, contact Preferred Exterior. To learn more or to schedule a free estimate, give us a call at (516) 354-7252.

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