What impression do people get when they wait for you to open the door? Your front entryway speaks volumes about you. We’re not just talking about curb appeal. What do people see when they get “up close and personal?”
5. Take Care Of Where You Walk
Take a good look at the ground. If your entryway is paver bricks or regular bricks, get rid of any weeds or dirt that has fallen between the cracks. Sweep well. Concrete can be cleaned with a cleaning solution as well.
Clean windows around the door well with a multipurpose cleaner. Use either a microfiber cloth or a squeegee. Make sure you get the corners. Now is the time to look for broken window frames.
3. Fix The Frames
Perhaps, now is the time to repair wood rot or broken pieces. If you have to repaint or stain the wood, make sure you protect the window from spots.
2. How Does Your Door Look?
The front door takes a beating from the weather. Clean off the dirt with a multipurpose cleaner. (It may take more than one cleaning.) Then, if you have a wooden door, try a furniture polish made for wood. Consider applying a fresh coat of paint or different hardware to make your door look new again. A seasonal door decoration completes the decor.