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Four Places To Regularly Check In Your Home To Avoid Mishaps

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Taking care of a house requires constant vigilance and maintenance. In today’s hectic world, it can be difficult to find the time or regularly do so. However, repairing small issues before they become big issues can save you time and money in the long run.

If you want to help keep residential value, then you need to set the time to address certain trouble spots regularly. At the very least, you want to make sure that seemingly minor in-house issues don’t turn into major ones.

So here are four areas where you should remember to check.

1) Make sure the toilets don’t have issues

As detailed by the HomeAdvisor web site, the toilet could be an issue in a number of ways. Sometimes, it is the drainage that gets backed up and therefore clogged. Other times, the flapper gets broken. Still other times, the toilet is constantly running and that can lead to a hefty water bill if that is the case.

2) Check the roof

Many don’t bother with looking outside the house enough. That is partially because few know what to look for when checking a roof. If that is the case, hire an expert or a roofer who can come at least few years to make sure the tiles are where they should be and there isn’t a chance of a leak occurring anytime soon.

3) Regularly change the air filter

It is commonly recommended that you change the air filter every three to four months and especially before seasons which can cause serious allergies. However, many people tend to skip this. The result is extra taxation on your HVAC system and potentially a rise in energy and heating bills.

4) Check for cracks near places that use water regularly

Springing a leak can be very costly, so make sure the places that use water are sealed. That means checking for cracks in and around the bathtub and shower stalls as well as kitchen and bathroom sinks. Water leaks can become an expensive issue later on, so preventative measures should always be taken.

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