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Some of us really enjoy home improvement chores, while others of us tend to put these off. Either way, improving your home can help you to create a beautiful place, keep your property safe, and enhance your lifestyle. The exterior areas of our properties don’t tend to get as much attention as the inside. Whether it’s your garden, your roof, or your driveway, these ideas will get your home looking as good as new.

1 . A new driveway

When was the last time you updated your driveway? Perhaps it’s faded in color and a little cracked? If so, a brand new driveway might be just what you need. There are many different material options for driveways, including:

  • Concrete driveways: There are many advantages to choosing a concrete driveway. First off, these driveways are low maintenance, and secondly, these have a modern and contemporary look.
  • Resin driveways: For a super trendy option, you might want to consider a resin driveway. These driveways are simple to look after, provide effective drainage, plus an elegant look.
  1. Beautify your garden

To give the outside of your property the wow factor, you need to improve your garden. Start by planting some brand new plants and flowers. During the cold winter months, Japanese Quince is a great choice. These are woody shrubs, with thick thorny branches and beautiful red flowers. Winter Aconites are another lovely option, these have delicate yellow flowers, and require moist and rich soil. To help you learn more about gardening, you might consider checking out apps such as Gardanate or GrowIt. These apps have plenty of gardening tips to help you create a beautiful space.

  1. Inspect your gutters and roof

Not all home maintenance chores are a lot of fun, but they do need to be done! Access your roof, and check that there are no damaged or broken shingles. If you need roof maintenance, be sure to check out Spokane Roof Repair. You’ll need to clean the debris out of your gutters, to avoid problems with your drainage and roof.

  1. Clear out the garage

Has your garage become a dumping ground for junk? Then perhaps it’s time for a good cleanout. When you’re cleaning out your garage, separate your items into categories, for example, ‘keep’ or ‘dispose of’. You must dispose of your unwanted items in an environmentally friendly way, whether by donation, selling, or recycling.

  1. Accessorize 

Looking for a simple way to spruce up your outdoor areas, the key is to add outdoor accessories. You might choose to add lawn ornaments, lanterns, decorative lighting, or garden furniture. Adding colorful and bright accessories can help you to add a touch of personality to the exterior areas of your home.

Before you start on your chore list, write up an approximate budget, to help you manage the costs. To save money, consider second-hand accessories. Any old items you sell from your garage can help you to increase your budget.

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Kori is a late diagnosed autistic/ADHD mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, product creator, and coach; Kori shares autism family life- the highs, lows, messy, and real. Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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