With plenty of barbecues and pool parties in the near future you know you need to start your summer home maintenance projects. But you just don’t know where to start. HomeZada knows that there are a number of home maintenance tasks to do this summer. All of these tasks will keep your home running efficiently, keep your family safe, plus maintain the value of your home. Here are four simple home maintenance tips for summer. Read More
Spring is a good time to check water valves and spigots to make sure they are operating properly. There is nothing worse than a leaky faucet or valve. These valves could either wear out because of constant use and be a source of water leaks, or they could get stiff and corroded with lack of use causing them to not work at all. For this home maintenance tip, locate your main shut off valves for your water should any serious leak occur. Knowing where you water valve is located will help you quickly shut off water if you experience a water leak. Read More
We are heading into spring and what better way to kick off your spring cleaning and to do tasks with one of the most basic but crucial tasks to do at home. Replacing your air conditioning filters frequently is an important part of keeping your home healthy. Depending on the type of filters you buy, these can often catch dirt, dust, pollen, pet dander, and even Read More
If you can see your trees and you are not blasted with snow or ice, it is a good time to trim your trees for spring and summer growth. Trimming your trees can help give them life in spring with fuller leaves and fruit. It is also wise to trim trees and shrubs that are especially close to a home. Overgrown trees and shrubs can damage the exterior of your home. During storms throughout the year, trees and shrubs can bang, scratch and damage the exterior of your home. Damage to exterior walls, gutters, roofs, and even windows can occur during any Read More
Well with all the snow hitting various parts of the United States this week, we wanted to remind those living in cold weather climates to protect themselves during snow storms. When snow and ice form on your driveways and walkways during the winter, after removing the snow using shovels, snow blowers or plows, remember to sprinkle sand or salt on these areas to help further eliminate the snow and ice.
Black ice and other thin layers of ice are an extreme Read More