(ARA) – With a “For Sale” sign in your front yard, you want potential buyers to take a good, long look at your property. And even if you’re not planning a move, you want to be sure you protect and maintain your home.
Even if your home is not on the market, projects that improve your home’s curbside appeal can also create a safer home, help protect your assets and give the entire front of the house a beautiful look.
“Driveways and sidewalks are the first impression people have of your home. Well-maintained driveways and sidewalks create a strong first impression. On the other hand, if they are worn, cracked, stained and faded, that creates messages about what someone might find inside the home,” says home improvement industry expert Gordon Blickle of Gardner-Gibson.
Seal of approval
Renew the look of old, worn blacktop driveways with fast-drying Black Jack Ultra-Maxx 1000, a flexible, long-lasting filler and sealer with a 10-year guarantee. Or seal with new Gardner Pro7, with no mixing required and a jet-black seven-year finish.
Refresh your sidewalks
Clean sidewalks, bricks and pavers with Driveway Kleen, a garden-safe spray solution that attaches to a garden hose.
For more information visit www.gardner-gibson.com.