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Seasonal Home Maintenance Checklist: Keeping Your Home in Top Shape Year-Round

As homeowners, we understand that your home is your sanctuary. It's the place where memories are made, and life unfolds. To ensure your home remains safe, comfortable, and welcoming throughout the year, it's essential to perform regular maintenance. Different seasons bring different challenges, and addressing them promptly can save you time, money, and stress in the long run. To help you stay on top of home maintenance, we've put together this comprehensive seasonal checklist.

Spring: Revive and Renew

Spring is a season of renewal, and it's the perfect time to give your home a fresh start.


  1. Inspect and clean your HVAC system: Replace air filters and schedule professional maintenance to ensure efficient cooling during the summer months.

  2. Test smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors: Replace batteries as needed and test their functionality.

  3. Check for leaks: Inspect faucets, toilets, and pipes for any signs of leaks or water damage.

Exterior: 4. Clean gutters and downspouts: Remove debris and check for blockages to prevent water damage.

  1. Inspect the roof: Look for damaged or missing shingles and schedule repairs if needed.

  2. Trim trees and bushes: Prune overgrown branches to prevent damage during summer storms.

Summer: Beat the Heat

Summer brings its own set of challenges, including the need for climate control and preparation for extreme weather.

Interior: 7. Service your air conditioner: Schedule professional maintenance to ensure it's running efficiently during the hot months.

  1. Check for drafts: Inspect doors and windows for drafts and apply weatherstripping or caulking as needed.

  2. Clean and reverse ceiling fans: Keep the air circulating efficiently by cleaning and reversing the direction of your fans.

Exterior: 10. Power wash the exterior: Remove dirt and grime from siding, decks, and driveways.

  1. Inspect and clean the deck or patio: Check for loose boards or damaged areas and clean outdoor furniture.

Fall: Prepare for Cooler Weather

As the leaves change and the air turns crisper, it's time to get your home ready for the colder months.

Interior: 12. Inspect your heating system: Replace filters, schedule a professional inspection, and ensure your heating system is ready for winter.

  1. Check for drafts: Revisit doors and windows for drafts, and apply any necessary weatherproofing.

Exterior: 14. Clean and store outdoor furniture: Properly clean and store outdoor furniture to prevent winter damage.

  1. Clean and inspect the chimney: If you have a fireplace, have it cleaned and inspected to ensure safety during use.

Winter: Stay Warm and Cozy

In the winter, it's all about staying warm, safe, and comfortable.

Interior: 16. Test smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors: Ensure they are in working order and replace batteries if needed.

  1. Seal gaps and cracks: Check for drafts around windows and doors and seal them with weatherstripping or caulk.

  2. Maintain your heating system: Regularly change filters and have your heating system inspected by a professional.

Exterior: 19. Shovel and de-ice walkways: Keep paths clear and safe during snowy weather.

  1. Inspect your roof for ice dams: Address ice dams promptly to prevent water damage.

By following this seasonal home maintenance checklist, you'll not only keep your home in excellent condition but also ensure a safe and comfortable living environment throughout the year. Should you ever need professional assistance with any of these tasks, remember that Main Street Home Repair is here to help. Contact us anytime to schedule maintenance or repairs, and enjoy peace of mind knowing your home is well-cared for.

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