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Home Checklist, Home Maintenance Service Tips, Troubleshooting Problems, Average Repair & Replacement Costs, plus the Governor's Office of Energy Management Conservation Information
Your home can be a much safer place for you and your family if you adopt a simple maintenance plan. One clear example would be to change smoke detector batteries. This could save your family’s life, and it takes less than five minutes. A dirty furnace filter can cause problems with the overall condition and workability of your furnace. The filter should be replaced with a new one every month or two.
Most homeowners aren’t aware of the havoc a faulty electrical system can cause. Every time a switch is flipped, the garbage disposal is used, water heater, take milk from the refrigerator or do a load of laundry is done, wear and tear happens on the electrical system. If it is ignored, over time, you may find yourself without the use of these things.
Many of the systems in your home have moving parts like motors, belts, and gears that make them subject to a lot of wear and tear. Some are simply made of materials that naturally degrade, stop working, require a service repair or replacement over time, even subject to attack by insects, animals, or mold. In any case, you can avoid a major inconvenience, by adopting a schedule of simple maintenance. Most likely, it will happen, when you least likely can afford it to.
We have prepared a home maintenance checklist, maintenance and servicing tips, and other valuable resources and information especially for you.