March 14, 2007

Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

outback_shack.jpgAs surprising as it is, spring is just on the horizon, and that means you’ve got to start thinking about what you’re going to get done around the house this summer. But before you head off to the lumber yard to get the materials for your new thousand square foot deck, you had better make sure that your current systems are all up and running. But where do you start, and what if you forget something? Not to worry, we’ve done the work for you. Well, not the actual work, but we scoured the web and found the best checklist for you to use.

It’s made by the folks at The Home Team Inspection Services, and from what we found, it’s the most thorough one out there. It breaks down your house into systems (foundation, framing, roof, electrical, etc.) and from there, gives detailed descriptions of what to look for to ensure that everything is up to snuff.


We suggest printing out this list and maybe even getting started on it now. If something comes up that you have to deal with, you’ll still want some time this summer to get that deck in.

The checklist is here in pdf format.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 14, 2007 5:33 AM

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