Spring Into Clean

Spring is an excellent time to refresh your home for the hot summer months. Doing a few simple chores
now will ensure a safe, clean and energy-efficient home for you and your family. Let’s check off a few of these maintenance items together:

Inspect Your Roof

Do you see any damage or missing shingles? If so, call a roofer as soon as possible. The earlier roof damage is discovered, the less expensive it is to repair.

Change Filters

A clean filter removes pollutants and dust to help your family breathe better and your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system work better. Filters should be changed every 30 to 90 days.

Get Your Heating & Cooling System Inspected

When your HVAC system is dirty or in poor condition, it must work harder to cool and heat your home. This extra effort requires more energy, and that leads to higher monthly electric bills. A technician will make sure your system is safe and working properly.

Clean Air Ducts

Clean ducts help your HVAC system perform better and more reliably, which can reduce
energy bills. A good cleaning results in fewer expensive repairs from wear and tear and a lower likelihood of
recurrent respiratory and allergy problems. Experts advise having your air ducts cleaned every two to three years.

Examine Doors & Windows

Exterior caulk can dry out and cause gaps that let air into, or out of, your home. If you find cracks, apply additional caulking or weatherstripping.