From the Colonel - March edition - Preparing for the Spring Season

Dated: 03/13/2019

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From the Colonel - March edition

Preparing for the Spring Season

Springtime is here! And hopefully here to stay!

I know you are thinking about freshening up your home for the upcoming warm weather. Curb appeal from the front of your home is important. But, did you know curb appeal from the back of your home is just as important?

Warm weather invites outdoor gatherings and time spent utilizing porches, driveways, and backyards. If you are preparing to sell, you want those spaces to be clean and inviting. Most importantly, you want the potential buyer to be presented with the idea that they can have great family gatherings, parties, and outdoor time in this space.

This is a particularly good time as well to shop the local farmers market in local small towns for plants, flowers, art and antiques to add to the curb appeal of your home.

How to Prepare

Get an idea of how you want the space to look and be used. Looking through magazines and getting ideas from other homes are good ways to get ideas.


Take inventory of what you have in the space and what you need in the space.


Take an inventory of the cleaning, repairs, changes, or adjustments you need to do. 


Purchase needed cleaning supplies. Enlist help from family and neighbors as needed. 


Stop at the local farmers markets for new and fresh flowers or plants to brighten the space.

Chappells Nursery & Garden Center: 1629 Wilson Road Newberry, SC 29108 https://www.chappellsnursery.com

Mike’s Produce: 2114 Wilson Road, Newberry, SC 29108

Open Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. You can visit them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MikesProduceNewberry/.

Chapin Downtown Farmer’s Market: 100-106 Clark Street Chapin, SC 29036. It is open May-September. Visit them on the web at https://chapinsc.com/268/Chapin-Downtown-Farmers-Market


Stop at the local art and antique shops for unique items for your spaces. Po Dunk Holler in Little Mountain is a great place to get unique items for your spaces. They are located at 1325 Main Street, Little Mountain, SC 29075 or you can visit them on the web at  http://www.gopodunkholler.com.

Or, you can create your own art for your space. The Newberry Arts Center regularly teaches painting and clay making classes. Visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CityofNewberryARTS/.


Doing these things will give you and your home a fresh, clean, and unique start for the spring season! 

Sit back and enjoy your space!!

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Dan Lang

Fathom Realty, Chapin, SC

803-537-6294

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Dan Lang

Dan Lang is a realtor/broker in Chapin, South Carolina. Dan retired after 29 years of service in the Marine Corps as a Lieutenant Colonel. He has personally moved more than a dozen times during his ca....

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