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SEASONAL HOME MAINTENANCE

THE ULTIMATE CHECKLIST FOR END-OF-WINTER HOME REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

01/17/2023

SEASONAL HOME MAINTENANCE

THE ULTIMATE CHECKLIST FOR END-OF-WINTER HOME REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

01/17/2023

Happy New Year! We hope that you had a great winter holiday full of laughter and quality family time. Now that the days are getting longer and the temperatures are gradually rising, it’s a great time to start doing your routine maintenance and repairs around your home! By having a routine checklist for end-of-winter, you’ll be on top of any issues that may arise in the months to come.

 

When you perform regular maintenance on your home appliances, vents, pipes, gutters, and HVAC system, your systems will work more efficiently. Better yet, you’ll be saving hundreds and thousands of dollars by staying on top of the upkeep of your home. 

Benefits of Seasonal Home Maintenance and Repairs

In the Pacific Northwest, we have drawn-out rainy days. By having your home in good shape, you’ll be able to:

 

  • Take preventative measures: Inspect for leaks, gutter overflow, and potential floods or fires. When you do these simple things every month, you’ll prevent potential roof, wall, and foundation damage.
  • Save money: When you clean off the dust, rust, and replace filters, not only will you cut costs on future repairs but you’ll also spend less money on your utilities.
  • Quality of life: Mitigate potential emergency situations and have less stress on your hands.
  • Longevity of appliances, equipment, and home: When you keep up with routine cleaning, you’ll notice your appliances lasting as long as your warranty or even longer.

Your Ultimate End-Of-Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

Before you get overwhelmed by the exhaustive list of your maintenance, not everything needs to get done all at once. It may be faster and more effective to hire a professional to do all of your routine maintenance and inspection.

 

Print out this checklist and if you feel up to it, add more tasks to your list. We kept it simple for you to do the main repairs and inspections. This way, your home is ready for spring when it rains more often.

Sidenote: It may be a fun family project to tackle the checklist with your family members! Look at the list of to-do’s and have your kids or teenagers choose a couple to contribute. 

This article by GoHenry is a great comprehensive guide to getting household tasks done together.

Man fixing the door hinge after doing a walk around his house.

Hire a Technician:

Before you hire any technician in your local area, be sure to do your own research and ask around. 

Set Reminders and Make a To-Do List

There are numerous tasks to accomplish to keep your home safe and comfortable for your family members. Creating a monthly or seasonal to-do list may be a great option! Break down your tasks in order of priority and you’ll get it all done in no time.

 

 

Keeping your home in tip-top shape doesn’t have to be stressful or daunting. Check off your list one weekend at a time with help from your family members. Thank your home for sheltering you during the cold months by giving it the tune-up and repairs it deserves. Find yourself a reputable company or handyman that will take care of the maintenance it needs to operate efficiently.

Call High Mark's professional technicians to schedule your appointment for your home repairs and maintenance done today at 604-245-8970.

Happy New Year! We hope that you had a great winter holiday full of laughter and quality family time. Now that the days are getting longer and the temperatures are gradually rising, it’s a great time to start doing your routine maintenance and repairs around your home! By having a routine checklist for end-of-winter, you’ll be on top of any issues that may arise in the months to come.

 

When you perform regular maintenance on your home appliances, vents, pipes, gutters, and HVAC system, your systems will work more efficiently. Better yet, you’ll be saving hundreds and thousands of dollars by staying on top of the upkeep of your home. 

Benefits of Seasonal Home Maintenance and Repairs

In the Pacific Northwest, we have drawn-out rainy days. By having your home in good shape, you’ll be able to:

 

  • Take preventative measures: Inspect for leaks, gutter overflow, and potential floods or fires. When you do these simple things every month, you’ll prevent potential roof, wall, and foundation damage.
  • Save money: When you clean off the dust, rust, and replace filters, not only will you cut costs on future repairs but you’ll also spend less money on your utilities.
  • Quality of life: Mitigate potential emergency situations and have less stress on your hands.
  • Longevity of appliances, equipment, and home: When you keep up with routine cleaning, you’ll notice your appliances lasting as long as your warranty or even longer.

Your Ultimate End-Of-Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

Before you get overwhelmed by the exhaustive list of your maintenance, not everything needs to get done all at once. It may be faster and more effective to hire a professional to do all of your routine maintenance and inspection.

 

Print out this checklist and if you feel up to it, add more tasks to your list. We kept it simple for you to do the main repairs and inspections. This way, your home is ready for spring when it rains more often.

Sidenote: It may be a fun family project to tackle the checklist with your family members! Look at the list of to-do’s and have your kids or teenagers choose a couple to contribute. 

This article by GoHenry is a great comprehensive guide to getting household tasks done together.

Man fixing the door hinge after doing a walk around his house.

Hire a Technician:

Before you hire any technician in your local area, be sure to do your own research and ask around. 

Set Reminders and Make a To-Do List

There are numerous tasks to accomplish to keep your home safe and comfortable for your family members. Creating a monthly or seasonal to-do list may be a great option! Break down your tasks in order of priority and you’ll get it all done in no time.

 

 

Keeping your home in tip-top shape doesn’t have to be stressful or daunting. Check off your list one weekend at a time with help from your family members. Thank your home for sheltering you during the cold months by giving it the tune-up and repairs it deserves. Find yourself a reputable company or handyman that will take care of the maintenance it needs to operate efficiently.

Call High Mark’s professional technicians to schedule your appointment for your home repairs and maintenance done today at 604-245-8970.

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