Living in a state with distinct season characteristics has its perks. Every three months or so, you get a reminder of how beautiful and spontaneous nature can be. But, while watching the snowfall during winter or taking in the striking colors of spring can be inspiring and uplifting, you also need to think about the conditions of your home when those seasons arrive.
And we’re not talking about just cleaning. What you need to do is get the whole house ready to take in the change of weather and habits. Heating systems, pool, garden, emergency kits – there’s a lot involved in making sure everything is ready for a new season to come.
Luckily, you can find out what the main concerns are right now and develop a home maintenance checklist of your own. Scroll down start with our main recommendations for spring.
Temperatures are finally rising, birds are singing and Spring is almost here.
At Mega, we‘re always thinking of ways to help you take the most out of your home. Get it to wind down from the strains of wintertime and ready to take in the spring breeze with the following tips.
Washing winter away.
Walk around the house. Do the windows need repairing? Are there cracks in the foundation, the facade? Check the roof, the driveway, the rooms. While inside, look for water stains or leaks. Assess the damage and take care of any problems. Then you can start giving everything a thorough cleaning.
Now, bring the outside back into action.
Switch any outside faucets back on. Rake up any remaining leaves, reseed your lawn and lay down mulch. Click to find out how to properly spring clean the garden. Don’t forget to include the gutters in your cleaning routine. When clogged, those could cause water to leak or infiltrate your roof.
It’s also a good time for a new paint job; find out if you want do touch-ups or a fresh coat. Feel like you don’t need it? Close all windows and doors and give the house a wash. Grit can build-up over time and end up hurting paint and masonry.