You probably already have a list of home maintenance chores, such as changing the furnace filter seasonally, turning off the water before winter, cleaning the gutters, etc.
Although this is a good beginning, there are some tasks that homeowners frequently overlook or are unaware of.
Here are a few crucial home maintenance tasks that may not be on your to-do list but that, if neglected, could cost you a fortune or, worse still, cause you a great deal of stress.
Consumers have a love hate relationship with push notifications they receive from the apps they install on their mobile phones. Some people really appreciate them if they are informative, timely, and useful. Others hate them because they are not relevant. But with most apps, you the user don’t control what push notifications get sent to you.
Before becoming a homeowner you probably heard one (or more) people tell you how home maintenance can sneak up on you.
However, now that you actually own a home, you may be wondering, “okay, now where do I begin with home maintenance tasks”?
Choosing the right plan (or combination of programs) to fit your lifestyle is the key.
Here are some tips for creating a home maintenance plan.
The plumbing inside of your house is a little more fragile than you might think. That isn’t to say it will fall apart at the first sign of trouble, but it means you need to do what you can to keep it in good condition. One of the worst problems is a clog. This can quickly make living in your house a huge pain. Keep an eye out for these unexpected ways your plumbing can get clogged so this problem doesn’t sneak up on you.
In terms of cleaning, one of the most overlooked parts of the home is its filters. You may not even realize just how many filters your home has—and if you don’t know the filters are there, they’re certainly not being cleaned properly! For the benefit of your knowledge, here’s a list of the common types of filters in your home.