Consumers scrolling through real estate websites might only look at a house for 10, 20, or sometimes 30 seconds at most. The only thing that can keep them on the page longer is curb appeal, or a positive first impression.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
As many homeowners seek to sell and move elsewhere, challenges of how to catch a buyer’s attention often arise. Consumers scrolling through real estate websites might only look at a house for 10, 20, or sometimes 30 seconds at most. The only thing that can keep them on the page longer is curb appeal, or a positive first impression. In a recent blog article, local rock wall and waterfall installation company B&D Rockeries discusses how homeowners can improve their house’s curb appeal with a new rock wall.
The article begins by showing how many buyers look for rock walls because they are sturdy, durable structures that beautify the home. One main reason rock walls increase a home's curb appeal is because rockeries blend in naturally with their surroundings. This can give any home a beautiful touch, complimenting a variety of landscapes.
Rockeries are lower maintenance than other landscape features, according to the article. This makes them especially attractive for the homeowner who would like to have a beautiful yard without all the hassle of care taking. The article goes on to say how rock walls can become a point of interest for a home because they are unique, standing out amidst the rest of the landscape. To read the full article, click here.
About B&D Rockeries
B&D Rockeries has been serving in the Snohomish and King county areas for over 30 years. Owner, Neil Eneix, has a capable and skilled knowledge of rock retaining wall development that will help you accomplish any rock garden design that you need.