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  • Writer's pictureSabrina Aguilar

Spring Home Maintenance: Four Simple Steps to Avoid Costly Disasters & Keep Your Home in Top Shape


With Spring fast approaching, it's time to roll up your sleeves and tackle some important home maintenance tasks. Nobody likes spending money on expensive repairs, so let's make sure you keep your hard-earned cash where it belongs - in your wallet!


As you gear up for some fun in the sun, don't forget that your humble abode needs some love too. Whether you're packing away your winter gear or getting ready for a much-needed vacation, here are some Spring home maintenance tasks to keep your house in tip-top shape.


DOORS, WINDOWS, & SIDING

First off, keep an eye out for any signs of winter damage and address them right away. Don't let minor issues become major headaches - nobody's got time for that. Check for loose boards, peeling paint, cracked or missing shingles, and any other pesky problems.


GUTTERS

Gutters are also your home's first line of defense against water damage, so make sure to give them some TLC. Look for signs of clogs, like leaves and debris, near the downspout openings or along the gutter's edge, and check for any water pooling on top of shingles or siding material after heavy rainfall. You don't want to end up with a leaky roof, trust me!


GARAGE DOORS

While you're at it, give your garage doors, windows, and doors a once-over. Are they working properly? Any cracks or gaps that need attention? A little weather stripping can go a long way in improving energy efficiency and keeping unwanted critters out of your home.


ROOF

Last but not least, don't forget about your roof. It's the most exposed part of your home, so it's important to give it some love. Check for missing or damaged shingles, stains on your ceiling inside, and signs of moisture accumulation in your attic. These are all signs that your roof may need a little TLC.


So, my friends, taking care of these minor repairs now can save you some serious cash and headaches in the long run. Happy Spring cleaning, and let's show those repairs who's boss!


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