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Caring For Your Home: Preventative Protection

While modern building standards, materials, and technological advancements ensure that your new home will stand the test of time, it's important to perform routine maintenance to promote your home functioning as designed.

Here's a basic overview of the types of seasonal maintenance you should be doing to keep your home humming:

Spring

  • Clean gutters
  • Wash windows
  • Fertilize lawn
  • Reseal cracks in the driveway and sidewalk
  • Service the air conditioning unit
  • Seal doors and windows

Summer

  • Change air conditioning filters
  • Check dishwasher for leaks
  • Clean home siding
  • Care for outdoor furniture, decks, porches, etc.
  • Replace leaking shingles
  • Rotate ceiling fan counterclockwise

Fall

  • Clean Gutters
  • Rake the lawn, prune back plants
  • Store or cover outdoor furniture and appliances
  • Inspect air ducts
  • Replace smoke detectors batteries

Winter

  • Check and seal drafty areas with caulk and weather stripping
  • Cover exposed pipes
  • Change furnace filters
  • Clean refrigerator coils
  • Clean chimney flue and fireplace
  • Rotate direction of ceiling fan clockwise
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