If you’re a new homeowner, protect your investment by following a maintenance schedule.
You’ll need to mow your lawn and trim your bushes regularly.
Appliances often come with maintenance recommendations. Consult the owner’s manuals, internet or service professionals for details.
Get your electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems checked annually. You could DIY simpler tasks, like flushing your water heater.
Weekly cleaning can help keep your home in top shape.
Every month or so, do a deep clean and move larger items around. This might help you spot pests, water damage and other issues that escalate into expensive repairs.
By following a schedule, you’ll be a maintenance pro in no time!