Touch up exterior paint. Peeling paint allows more moisture and sunlight to damage the existing paint, making it a tougher and more costly chore down the road. When buying exterior paint, this isn’t where you want to penny-pinch. Go for the expensive label — it’s worth it in the end. If you have more than just a few touch-ups, go for the full blown paint job. Professional painters won’t normally come out for touch ups only but it might be in your best interest to hire a handy-man.
Mulch your yard. Fresh mulch gives a visual contrast to your landscaping, allowing the different colors of your plants to really catch the eye. Mulch promotes healthier plants by keeping the moisture and nutrients in the soil.
Seal your deck and fence. It’s important to keep your wood safe from the damaging sun and moisture. Sealing the wood will extend the life of your deck/fence. It is important to get a seal with a stain in it, rather than paint. Using a paint-enhanced seal, you’ll have to peel, scrape and sand each time you need to redo the job. Sealing decks and fences is one of the easiest Do-It-Yourself projects, with little room for error.
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