Selling your home this spring? It’s never too early to start planning. Maximizing your home’s curb appeal is a process, and we want to make sure you’re putting your best foot forward when springtime rolls around. Your home’s exterior can make or break its selling potential. Here are 3 key areas to focus on:

  1. Gutters

Once the snow has cleared from your gutters, clean them out and make sure they are functioning properly. A bad drainage system can lead to flooding around the home and water in your basement, which not only is costly to fix, but it will detract potential buyers. Ensure that all downspouts are facing away from the foundation and water can drain easily to the intended area.

  1. Roof

Climbing onto a roof can be dangerous without the right tools and training, so our experts can come out for a roof inspection. A shoddy roof can be a huge deterrent to potential buyers. If shingle repairs or a new roof is needed, we have the expertise to do the job right.

  1. Siding/Deck

Spray off the siding and decks to remove grime build-up that can affect your home’s curb appeal. Also, avoid power washing—using it incorrectly can damage siding, window screens, window frames, deck, and more. If a thorough wash doesn’t improve your siding or deck, then it might be time to replace them—adding value to your home in the process.

If you’re selling your home and in need of roofing, siding, or remodeling services, the experts at Robinson Construction Inc. can help. We serve the Twin Cities area and also specialize in storm damage. Contact us today to get on the schedule so you’re first when the busy spring season starts!