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Spring Has Sprung

 

Spring is the perfect time to head outdoors and examine the exterior of your home.  The fall and winter seasons bring harsh weather that can cause parts of your home to slowly deteriorate.  Keeping up on the maintenance of your home is an easy way to avoid potential claims that arise from the damage.

Clear the gutters

When we think about the “To Do List,” clearing the gutters is near the bottom.  However, maintenance to your gutters can prevent future water damage to the home, eliminate unwanted critters (insects, mosquitos, birds, etc.), maintain the value of your home, and avoid structure damage.

Check for loose or missing shingles or tiles

Now that the sun is out, it’s time to inspect your roof for any missing, or damaged shingles or tiles.  Did you know that in an event of a claim, insurance doesn’t cover wear and tear? It’s important to do your part in maintaining your family’s home.  Keeping your roof in good condition ensures that you, your family, and your belongings are safe and dry.

Clear the yard and gardens for any weeds while the soil is still moist

Spring is here for all to cheer, with summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to head outdoors and pull those weeds, trim those trees, and plant new greens to create the perfect summer ready yard!
                         
                                                                    

 

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