Spring Home Maintenance Checklist
Keeping your home in tip-top shape saves you money, keeps you safe, and protects your property value. If you’re not sure where to start your projects, we’ve got your Spring Home Maintenance Checklist right here! And don’t forget to bookmark our Winter Home Maintenance Checklist too so you can maintain your home all year round.
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A Checklist to Winterize Your Home (and Save Money!)
As a Kansas City home inspection company, our team encounters a lot of preventable damage caused by winter-specific issues. While a little snow or cold air might seem like a small problem you can live with, they can lead to larger damage and repairs that may have been otherwise prevented with a little preparation and maintenance.
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Radon 101: Why Radon Testing Should Be on Your Radar
Radon sounds scary, and it’s a bit of an unknown for most folks, but you can prevent the risk and make sure your home is safe from this silent killer. Read on to learn more about radon, what it is and why you should invest in radon testing (even new homes!) especially in Kansas City. Continue reading “Radon 101: Why Radon Testing Should Be on Your Radar”
Signs You Might Have Mold in Your Home
Have you noticed a stuffy nose lately? Or maybe some small patches of dark color on your basement walls? You’re not alone. Mold is a common household problem, and if left ignored, can become dangerous and expensive. Continue reading “Signs You Might Have Mold in Your Home”
5 Tips for Preventing Fires on Your Property
Whether you’re a landlord, a homeowner, or a renter, it’s important to know how to prevent fires on your property. Fire prevention is especially important during the warmer months as things dry out and become more prone to being fire hazards. We’ve compiled a short list of quick and easy steps to preventing fires and the damage they cause to get you through the dry season. Continue reading “5 Tips for Preventing Fires on Your Property”