Home Maintenance

There’s no doubt about it, being a homeowner is a big job.

Unlike an apartment complex where the maintenance crew takes care of the yard work, regularly cleaning the gutters, pressure-washing the buildings, turning outdoor faucets on and off with the season, replacing A/C filters, tuning up the HVAC systems, and more, now you’re stuck with all these jobs because you’re the homeowners.

The reality is ALL houses need occasional repairs and maintenance. And outsourcing every home maintenance task you need to get done can start to add up very quickly. Luckily, basic home maintenance tasks don’t cost much money or time. Staying on top of tasks like these can save money in the long run.

In this guide, you’ll learn home maintenance tips you can’t ignore if you want your home to stay structurally sound, maintain low running costs, and retain its full value.

But first…

When You SHOULDN’T Do Your Own Home Repairs

While most little chores are fine to handle on your own, you shouldn’t try and fix everything. If the consequence could result in extra damage, cost exponentially more, or you could severely injure yourself or the house, it’s better to let a professional handle the repair.

You also have to ask yourself if it’s worth your time to learn something new rather than pay for the services of someone who already knows the correct and safe repairs for electrical


rewiring, asbestos removal, mold removal, major plumbing, roofing, structural changes or modifications, pest infestation, water damage, etc.

Roofing & Siding

Lawn Care