September is like spring when it comes to wanting to clean and organize your home. Let’s get inside and out to complete your September home maintenance checklist.
The driveway is the first thing you see when you come home. Maintaining a driveway will prolong its lifespan and keep it safe. The easiest thing you can do is keep plants from growing in any cracks. The next thing would be to fix cracks that aren’t supposed to be there. Finally applying a sealant every other year for asphalt and every few for concrete.
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Here is a free printable just for you! This Home Maintenance Checklist is full of recommendations but these are only a minimum. Please be sure to address any other tasks that need to be done to keep your home healthy and safe.
- Inspector fire extinguishers
- Clean garbage disposal
- Clean range hood filter
- Test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- Check dishwasher for leaks
Q: What should you do to your house in the fall?
A: The most obvious thing to do to maintain your home in the fall is to clean up the fallen leave. And, of course, keep the gutters clear. The less obvious is to check your home for places bugs can enter. From lady bugs to house flies, this time of the year is full of these little six-legged nuisances.
Q: What annual maintenance should be done on a house?
A: You can do 5 things each month and keep your home maintained. Find a complete checklist here.