HOME CARE TIPS

Dated: 10/16/2017

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You can keep your home in tip top shape with some simple tasks throughout the year. Here are some tips for the month of September.

Clean gaps between the deck boards, especially above the joists.

Check caulking and weather strips around the doors and windows.

Trim or remove plantings around the foundation. Leave a minimum of 1 foot of clear space between plantings and the foundation.

Scrub or power wash mildewed areas of the house and other structure’s siding.

Service the kitchen disposal by grinding several cups of ice cubes.

Examine, repair and replace the caulk and grout around the tub and the shower.Image title

Pour one gallon of water down any unused drains.

Clean the fire extinguisher, refill or replace it as needed.  

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Jim Mazzerina

ABR, CRS, E-Pro, RSPS, SFR, SRES Jim is a “Jersey boy” originally from north Jersey in the Totowa, Little Falls area. He made the move to Stafford about 30 years ago, after finding the perfect....

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