Curb appeal is so important. I once read that most buyers form an opinion whether they like a house or not before they step foot in the front door. In the past two years, I’ve completed several projects to spruce up my home’s curb appeal. I painted the exterior, shutters and front door. Today I want to share with you an easy and inexpensive way to update your garage door.
When I was at Home Depot I noticed this garage door kit for only $9.69. You can get a similar kit here.
It has a timeless classy look and feel. The handles and hinges are made from metal and have a real textured look and feel.
I installed it myself in 20 minutes.
All you need is a tape measure, drill bit, drill, pencil, painter’s tape (optional) and screwdriver.
Step 1: Position the hinge and mark the screw holes. I used painter’s tape to keep it in place.
Step 2: Drill pilot holes at each marked location.
Step 3: Secure the hinge with the screws.
Step 4: Repeat steps with handles.
This was an easy project that took no time at all to do; it was inexpensive, required very little skill and made a huge impact on the curb appeal. You should definitely get these if you are looking to spruce up your garage doors and add simple but important details to your home.