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June Home Maintenance & Safety Checklist

June Home Maintenance & Safety Checklist

It’s time to get your greatest investment prepared for summer with our June Home Maintenance and Safety Checklist. This month is national safety month. Use the ideas below and take precautionary measures to ensure the safety of your family and guests and add some of your own too.

Change Smoke Detector Batteries

Experts state you should change your smoke alarm batteries every 6 months. If you haven’t changed your batteries in a while, now is a good time to replace them. They also recommend you replace the smoke alarms every 10 years.

Inspect & Repair Outdoor Play Equipment

Everyone is looking forward to fresh air and getting outdoors. Make sure your little ones are safe playing on the outside equipment. Give your outdoor equipment some attention and ensure they’re safe and secure. While doing that, check the surrounding areas for safety hazards too.

Reorganize Your Kitchen

Think about how your kitchen is used during various seasons. With the change in seasons and activities, now is a good time to adjust and organize your kitchen accordingly.

Give Your Home A Good Dusting

It’s summer! Windows are open and the breeze is flowing through your home with the start of summer — with that, dust and microscopic mites gathered during the winter months can be pushed through your home. Don’t let that happen! Give your home a good dusting by wiping down furniture, baseboards, doors, window sills and ceiling fans.

Remove Mold & Mildew On Your Home’s Exterior

Don’t let mildew spoil (or worse, damage) your home’s exterior. Take some time and banish mildew and mold from your home’s deck and siding with these tips and products.

Clear Vegetation Away From AC Unit

Maintaining proper air flow around your air conditioning unit is imperative for your unit’s performance. Use these tips and recommendations for landscaping around your AC unit.

When the sun is shining and warm weather is finally here to stay, home maintenance and tasks are typically the last thing you want to worry about. As the summer season rolls in , it’s essential to ensure that your home is well-prepared and maintained.

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