Owning a newly built home comes with the perk of lower cost of maintenance than a preowned property. This is because it will meet all industry standards for efficiency and won’t require costly renovations or repairs. However, it is important to maintain good home ownership practices to keep your home in the best condition possible.
We recommend that you take a moment at the change of each season to keep up with your home maintenance and check in on the most imperative parts of a healthy home. If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve put together these seasonal checklists to help you feel at ease and at home.
Winter in Southwestern Ontario is no joke. Make sure you’re prepared for the cold with this snow-focused checklist that will keep your house safe from the elements.download winter checklist
Known for heavy rain and unpredictable frosts, Spring can be hard on your home. This is the time to double-check that your house hasn’t been negatively affected by the harsh Winter, and to prepare for your enjoyable Summer ahead.download spring checklist
If you have any outdoor maintenance to do, Summer is the time to do it! With sunshine and blue skies, it’s easier to maintain the outside of your home during the Summer months. This checklist will help you make sure you’re not missing any details.download summer checklist
We hate to admit it, but a good portion of caring for your home revolves around making sure Winter doesn’t do too much damage. The Fall months are great for doing small tasks and making sure everything is in order before the cold weather returns.download fall checklist
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