Home Maintenance Guide For Every Season

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When it comes to house maintenance, it’s a year-round endeavor. Some tasks, on the other hand, are best left until the appropriate time of year. When it comes to gutter cleaning, for example, autumn is the best time to focus your efforts. 

So, we’ve developed a list of seasonal house maintenance duties. You can keep your house in top shape all year long if you take care of the little things, one at a time!

Gardening in the spring

The gardening season begins in the spring. If you’re performing spring cleaning around the house, don’t forget about your garden! Here are a few things to keep in mind. Once the leaves have been raked, you may begin mulching your garden beds and hedges. 

Before reactivating your outside faucets, inspect them for damage. An arborist can check your trees for sick or dead branches and catch problems early enough to save the tree. When a tree is dead or decaying, it might pose a threat to your property and the properties of your neighbors. 

Grass reseeding is a good idea before the heat of summer comes in. This will transform the appearance of your backyard immediately. Don’t overfeed the lawn, but don’t go crazy with the fertilizer either.

Service your AC

In the heat of the summer, air conditioners work long and hard, necessitating the services of an HVAC expert. Cleaning or replacing the air filters, inspecting the condenser coil, and checking the drainage system for leaks and damage are just a few of the tasks that a professional AC service will do.

Switching off the AC before you leave the room for an extended amount of time will prevent it from being overused. When you need your cooling system the most, the last thing you want is for it to fail on you.

Inspect your insulation

For your AC and the heater to be the most effective, you’ll need to have properly installed 2 foam board insulation. It’ll keep the cool air inside while not letting the warm outside air come into your rooms. Though this is not seasonal work, it’s best to do it in the transitional seasons to be ready for the scorching summer or cold winters.

Call a professional to inspect your insulation to check whether there’s some work to be done, although, you’ll probably feel the draught in your house if your insulation is not up to standard.

Clean the gutters in the fall

In order to protect your roof, siding, and foundation from rainwater damage, you need to have gutters installed. You can’t go wrong with them in protecting your home and property from harm. 

If your gutters get blocked, water might leak into your house. Fall and spring are ideal times to do this task at least twice every year. The more trees you have and the wetter the environment, the more regularly you should clean them. 

Be on the lookout for cracks and rips in your gutters. If you discover any, take care of it right away.

Check for pests in the summer

Bugs and other pests go into a real frenzy during the warm months. You need to get rid of them immediately since they may do a lot of harm to your home. 

Pesticides may be used to rid your home of ant infestations by spraying the area and then thoroughly cleaning it. When it comes to pests like termites, it’s best to call in the experts. 

Consider the cost, since it varies depending on the pest control company and the scope of the work. If you’ve noticed that you’re plagued by bugs on a regular basis, you may want to sign up for a year-long contract with a bug elimination service. 

Roaches and mice may enter your house via cracks in the walls. Close any holes if you find them so that your refuge is safe from the outside world.

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