There are many reasons behind why you would want to jazz up your mobile home’s curb appeal.

Curb with leaves in the gutter

For one, you could be planning to sell. If so, helping your mobile home’s curb appeal makes the place attractive to buyers. This is good should you wish to sell quick and move on.

Another reason to spruce up your mobile home’s curb appeal is that of making it a better place for yourself. You may not be selling. You may have plans of sticking around long term. And that’s OK. Making your mobile home a better place to live is good for you, your family, and your home’s value.

Mobile home curb appeal for spring

So with spring around the corner, what are some ways you can cultivate that mobile home curb appeal? Well, we have some ideas for you. As you’ll see, some are low budget, costing you only labor — others will require some funds.

7 tips you can implement now

Let’s get to the heart of our article. It’s time to look at various ways in which you can take your home from drab to fab in a simple manner. You’ll be glad to see your home looking better than ever.

1 – Clean that yard

Like we stated above, it doesn’t have to cost much but labor to get started. Get your hands on some yard clean up tools — such as bags, rakes, lawn mower, leaf blower. You can get started by bagging up garbage and debris. Use the help of your leaf blower to consolidate the leaves for easy bagging.

Be prepared to haul away the trash and any old appliances or vehicles away. It’s better to declutter your yard rather than hold on to projects you will never get to.

2 – Pressure wash the exterior of your mobile home

Now let’s get our hands on a pressure washer. A pressure washer will enable you to blast away the grime that’s collected on your home’s siding. You won’t know just how dirty your home’s exterior is until you’ve seen the power of your pressure washer at work.

Once you’ve dealt with the siding, you can knock out the sidewalk and driveway. You’ll be amazed at how new your exterior and outdoor surroundings look after a good pressure washing.

3 – Install a birdbath

Another addition to your front yard is a birdbath. Might as well install a bird feeder too while you’re at it. A stone birdbath can bring a sense of class to any yard. And the birds will appreciate it too. Why not get your hands on one?

Two birds sitting on a bird bath outdoors

While you’re in the market for a bird feeder, you may wish to keep an eye out for other types of outdoor stone decor. If you go for proper placement, it could certainly be a good way to spruce up your yard.

4 – Add exterior lighting

Additionally, consider your mobile home’s exterior lighting. What can you add to bring some attractive vibes to your yard and home?

For one, a lamp post could be nice. And so could white “Christmas” lights — they give an airy and romantic vibe year round if placed just right.

You could also line the sidewalk with solar-powered lights.

5 – Dress up the home’s entrance

For your home’s entrance, depending on the space available, you may wish to add a rocking chair and an array of potted plants. A fun welcome mat and windchimes can add some charm to your home.

Also, you might want to consider putting a fresh coat of paint on that front door. Paint can make your door look like new. Give it a try and see what happens.

6 – Clean the windows

Now, how about those windows? You may be surprised at all the dead bugs and grime that have made their way into the mesh of your windows screen. It’s time to clean that up. In keeping house, it’s all about the little things in life that contribute to the overall big picture of cleanliness.

A vase of fresh tulip flowers in front of a window

7 – Plant flowers, shrubs, or trees

Finally, let’s talk about landscaping. Placed in the appropriate manner, you’ll find a helpful touch of elegance in flowers, shrubs, or trees. Do some research or chat with a skilled landscaper to see how you can bring some new greenery to spruce up your yard.

Give yourself a warm welcome home

For the homeowner, there is something peaceful about pulling up to a home that is in order. Your mobile home’s yard and exterior is the first thing you see upon arriving home. Why not give it some extra attention for a warm welcoming sight? You’ll be glad you did.

Mobile home owners with aluminum siding may love this extra DIY tip to spruce up their home. Aluminum siding can be painted! And we can show you how!

About Dan Paton

Dan Paton has been working full-time in this field for over a decade. Both him and his partner, Dan Leighton, formed EZ Homes back in 2006 and have seen explosive growth ever since. Dan works heavily in the administrative role within the organization. He is a jack of all trades type of guy. Dan and his wife have 4 children.