Celebrate National Homeownership Month With Curb AppealJun. 26, 2018
In honor of June being recognized as National Homeownership Month, let’s talk about curb appeal. According to the 2018 Cost vs. Value Report by Remodeling magazine and the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the top three projects with the highest
year-over-year increase in value were all “curb appeal” projects, such as garage door replacements. Investing in a new garage door provides homeowners, on average, a 98 percent ROI. In select markets, that number reaches as high as 121
“A home’s exterior is the first thing potential buyers see. With so many different styles and colors available in our residential lineup, garage door replacements are an easy and attractive way to stand out and increase curb appeal,” said Sarah Schram, Brand Manager at Wayne Dalton.
We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite homes adorned with Wayne Dalton garage doors to provide design inspiration for your next home improvement project.
Model 8300 - Sonoma ranch panel,
mission oak finish, Stockbridge IV (4-lite)
Model 8800 - Aluminum / Glass
Bronze powder coat finish, satin etched glass
Model 6600 - Springfield panel,
white/almond finish, Somerton windows
Model 8300 - Contemporary panel,
black finish, clear III (vertical windows)
Model 9800 - Vertical raised panel,
Model 9700 - Charleston panel,
white finish, 24 window square
For more design ideas to amplify your home’s curb appeal, be sure to visit Wayne Dalton’s ### Garage Door Selection Guide### to find the perfect door to complement your style. Celebrate National Homeownership Month With Curb Appeal.
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