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Over the years wear and tear adds up and can take a toll on the condition of the home. Fortunately, with these helpful home care tips your house will look just as good as the day you bought it.

Home Maintenance Tips for Keeping Your Home in the Best Condition

Home Maintenance Tip #1 – HVAC Servicing

Keeping your HVAC system in the best possible condition is crucial for your home’s value, your comfort and to minimize insurance costs. Get your system professionally serviced before summer sets in to keep it in perfect working condition.

Home Maintenance Tip #2 – Make Roof Repairs

The roof of your home protects everything underneath it. Regular maintenance and checks are necessary to catch problems as soon as they crop up. Loose shingles, missing mortar, dirty gutters and ill-fitted flashing should all be fixed ASAP.

Home Maintenance Tip #3 – Landscaping & Exterior Upkeep

The curb appeal and exterior of your home is just as important as the interior when it comes to maintaining your home’s value. It’s particularly important to keep trees and plants trimmed back so they aren’t coming in contact with your home. This can lead to damage and even insect infestations. It’s also important to keep your deck looking its best and improving its lifecycle by keeping it sealed.

Home Maintenance Tip #4 – Monthly Maintenance That Makes a Difference

The little things that you do on a regular basis can have a big payoff. Create a monthly maintenance list that includes tasks like:
Changing the air conditioning filter
Inspecting caulking around windows and doors
Cleaning the gutters
Checking the sprinkler system

Home Maintenance Tip #5 – Address All Plumbing Problems

Plumping problems can cause a domino effect that leads to many more issues. Pipes that freeze are particularly troublesome and should be dealt with before they burst. Put winterizing your pipes with heat tape at the top of your winter maintenance list.

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