“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” – Benjamin Franklin
And this couldn’t be more true when it comes to caring for your home.
Most homeowners aren’t concerned with home maintenance until there is a problem, especially if the home is new or recently renovated.
However, every home needs proper routine maintenance that may seem to be a small hassle at the time, but it will avoid the larger frustrations – and costs – down the road.
Let me share three tips with you to help protect your investment for the years to come:
- Inspect and clean areas of your home that are prone to mold, bacteria and other harmful residue build up such as vents, ducts, pipes, drains and water heater.
- Inspect your roof at least twice a year for any areas missing material or signs of leaks such as water buildup (especially after major storms.)
- Hire professionals for yearly maintenance of major appliances such as your refrigerator, air conditioner and water heater, and also your pool.
Owning a home is a major responsibility – and not just financially. It requires routine checkups and maintenance to keep your house in tip-top shape so that you and your family can live comfortably.
I can help you create a home maintenance checklist that is customized to your specific home that can protect you and your loved ones. I also have a trusted network of partners that specialize in several areas for home maintenance and repairs.
Call me today to start planning!