When the weather is temperate and the hours of daylight are longer, take some time to both maintenance and to build improvements onto the exterior of the home. Avoid large expensive projects by keeping up with a seasonal maintenance schedule. Make improvements so that the family can better enjoy living and socializing at home. If the option to sell is in the near future, begin to pamper the home now and be ahead of the game for next year.
The roof should be checked regularly; especially if the roof is older than five years and if the area has had a significant dose of adverse weather within recent years.
There are many projects that can be done to the garage from cleaning to organizing to finding new uses.
There are so many useful ways that a power washer comes in handy for the home.
Different types of siding need different maintenance schedules.
Privacy and decorative fences are beautiful assets to the landscaping and are always on the radar for home maintenance project lists.
Doors and windows must stand up to the weather and to a lot of wear and tear.
As the season begins to warm, make sure the air conditioner is working properly well in advance.
During the growing season, lawn equipment is at the height of its usage and need.
Begin to inspect cracks in the foundation by walking around the perimeter of your home.
Prolong the lifespan of the driveway by with yearly maintenance.
If the automatic garage door has shown unusual habits of opening and closing only halfway, opening again after it has been closed, or making loud screeching noises, it can be both maintained and repaired.
Most homeowners think of water when thinking of summer. Make sure to maintenance all water features at the home.
Adding decorative accessories to a home can give the homeowner a sense of pride and a renewed sense of ownership.
A home’s landscaping is nearly as important to the property’s image as the building itself.
Outdoor wooden structures, such as decks and porches, add practicality and beauty to the home.
When the projects go beyond DIY, hiring professionals is a safe choice.
Remember “safety first” for all projects whether small or large.
As always, consider sustainability when planning and purchasing materials for each project.
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