As your partner in designing dreams and building realities, Subnet Construction values your home as if it is our own. In fact, we have several tips on how to take care of your house in every occasion.
- Going somewhere during a long weekend? We have home safety and security tips for you.
- Heading to the beach to enjoy the summer? Here’s our summer home maintenance guide.
- Preparing for the upcoming rainy days? We have a rainy home maintenance guide for you to follow.
- Interested in learning specific care for the different parts of your house? Here’s our general home cleaning, upkeep, and maintenance guide.
Now for this week’s article, we will be sharing with you some home maintenance tips you have to do and recommendation on how often it should be done.
Monthly Home Maintenance Guide
- Electrical Inspection – Have a thorough checkup of the electrical connections and wiring installed in your home.
- Pest Control – Keep pests out of your home by regularly cleaning your surroundings and using a professional pest control service.
- Waste Management – Know and sort your waste. Dispose things properly. Recycle as much as possible.
Bi-Annual Home Maintenance Guide
- General House Cleaning – Set a time to clean every room, every part, and every space in your house thoroughly and efficiently.
- Roof Check Up – Keep an eye on your roof. If repair is needed and you’re not capable to do it yourself, don’t hesitate to call a professional.
- Gutter Cleaning – Inspect and clean gutters and downspouts regularly or as deemed necessary.
- Plumbing Inspection – Have a licensed plumbing contractor install all plumbing pipes and systems in your house.
Annual Home Maintenance Guide
- Repainting – Do some repainting during the dry weather.
- Repair of Damaged Property Items – Check your property and pay attention to the things that are in need of a repair.
- Room Renovation – Be sure to hire a renovation expert when you want a certain room remodeled.
- Overall Home Repair and Maintenance – Maintain and inspect every room and house item and repair what must be fixed.
There you go. We hope you learn a lot from our latest set of Subnet Construc-Tips. Contact us anytime or schedule a FREE consultation: