When it comes to increasing your home’s value for the home market, for refinancing purposes or for your own satisfaction, adding curb appeal is a pretty big deal. Even when you’re not trying to sell, though, improving your house’s exterior is a matter of personal pride — it’s likely you’re one of the 41 percent of homeowners who want their houses and yards to look different and better than their neighbors’.
When it comes to the colors, materials and design in the front of your home, a little change can go a long way — no matter what kind of improvement you make. Whether you’re giving your old door new life with a fresh coat of paint or replacing your door completely, any investment you make in the look of your garage door is going to increase the curb appeal of your entire home.
While upgrading your garage door doesn’t have to mean replacing it completely, sometimes the best way to achieve better style and curb appeal in your home design is to start with a fresh canvas. If your home has been around for a while and your garage door has seen its share of wind and weather, it might be time to replace your current garage door and install a new one. While a new door can seem expensive, replacing your garage door is an upgrade with one of the best returns on investment.
When it’s time to pick your new garage door, you want to choose something that stands out with the right amount of visual appeal, complements your exterior home design and offers the highest quality material. Whether you opt for a modern or traditional design, your garage door should reflect your personal style and set the tone for any future designs you implement in other areas. Choose from a variety of materials to match your tastes and add some special features to make your door stand out.
What do you think of the different types of garage doors shown in this project? Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.