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Common Yearly Maintenance For Your Home

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As a homeowner, you know that keeping your home in good condition is essential for your comfort, safety and property value. But do you know what are the most important maintenance tasks to perform every year?

In this blog post, we will share with you some common yearly maintenance tips that can help you prevent costly repairs and damages in the long run.

1. Check your roof and gutters

Your roof is your home's first line of defense against the elements, so make sure it is free of cracks, leaks, missing or damaged shingles, and moss or algae growth. You should also clean your gutters and downspouts regularly to prevent clogging, water damage and ice dams.

2. Inspect your HVAC system

Your heating and cooling system is responsible for keeping your home comfortable and energy-efficient throughout the year. You should have it serviced by a professional at least once a year, preferably before the peak seasons of summer and winter. You should also change your air filters every month or two, depending on the usage and air quality.

3. Test your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

These devices are vital for your safety and can save your life in case of a fire or gas leak. You should test them monthly by pressing the test button and replacing the batteries every six months. You should also replace the entire unit every 10 years or as recommended by the manufacturer.

4. Clean your dryer vent

A clogged dryer vent can cause a fire hazard, as well as reduce the efficiency and lifespan of your dryer. You should clean your dryer vent at least once a year, or more often if you notice that your clothes take longer to dry or that your dryer is overheating.

5. Seal your windows and doors

Your windows and doors can let in drafts, moisture and pests if they are not properly sealed. You should check the caulking and weatherstripping around them every year and replace them if they are cracked, loose or missing. This will help you improve your home's insulation and lower your energy bills.

These are just some of the common yearly maintenance tasks that you should perform to keep your home in tip-top shape. By following these tips, you can avoid major problems and expenses in the future and enjoy your home for years to come.

Keep it Foxy,

Mr Foxy

"Mr Foxy"

Damon H

Sales Manager & Founder

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