Maintenance of your home is very much like exercise. We all know we need to do it, and we know it’s beneficial, but it is hard to get into the habit of doing it on a regular basis.
The truth is that an issue that is a minor problem or annoyance today could turn into a major problem that will be very costly to repair in the near future.
To ensure that this does not happen to you, a maintenance schedule is a must.
Many of the major components to your home have a life-span, as well as, maintenance cycles that need to be kept in mind. By marking these dates on a calendar, you can schedule care and inspection of these items before any problems have a chance of popping up.
By spreading out the maintenance over the course of the year, you can make sure that you don’t have to spend much time on each step of it, and you will be less likely to spend a large amount of money at one time.