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Winter is finally behind us! On that note, the Spring season is the best time to inspect your home for any damage Winter may have caused and take the proper steps to ensure a smooth transition into the Spring/Summer seasons. Getting outside is the easy part but figuring out which projects to tackle first is where things start to get challenging.
Because the hardest part of spring clean up is figuring out where to begin, the best way to get going involves making a list of the things you want to accomplish, followed by strategizing which ones should be done in what order.
Having a thoughtful and thorough plan of attack is never a bad idea—especially when it comes to making improvements to your property.
The following is a list of spring home maintenance tips, tricks and advice that every proud property owner or renter should follow this season:
Birds commonly nest inside vents which can increase the risk of fire and severe damage to your property. Read more!
Most homeowners today have a clothes dryer that is used on a regular basis. Over time, the dryer vent exhaust system will collect lint and debris as it conveniently dries your clothes. Unfortunately, without proper maintenance, these materials can accumulate to a point where the vent is blocked, backing up exhaust gases. Read more!
Do you ever get tired of continuously having to search for quality contractors? If you own a home, you likely know all too well that there is always something that needs to be taken care of. Whether it is a matter of minor repairs and maintenance, or addressing an emergency pipe break in the middle of the night, it can be very exhausting trying to find the right person for each job. Read more!
Whether it's tree damage or fire, ice dams or floods, plumbing leaks, electrical or wild life emergencies, WKPS is your one stop shop for emergency home maintenance services. We call it our 911 response for your home. Read more!