A fireplace is a wood-burning stove. To minimize the chance of fire, the chimney sweep of a professional will examine the chimney for any potential hazards like creosote buildup, and structural concerns. The chimney sweep should be included on your checklist of maintenance at least once per year.
13. Exterior Paint and Siding Maintenance
The exterior of your property is exposed to various elements that can cause paint to chip or even the siding to get damaged. The exterior of your house’s life by keeping it in good condition with routine maintenance, such as painting or fixing the damage. This improves its aesthetics and enhance the value. Be sure to include exterior paint and siding maintenance in your maintenance turn checklist every few years.
14. Window and Door Inspections
As time passes, windows and doors may develop problems like drafts and leaks. Inspecting your windows and doors can help to identify potential problems, and ensure that your house is safe and efficient in energy use. It is important to examine all doors and windows each year, at a minimum. If you notice any issues, address them right away.
15. Attic and Crawl Space Inspections
The crawl space and attics can harbor moisture, pests, and even mold. This can cause significant problems if left unaddress