Fire safety should be practiced by all family members. Awareness of potential dangers and preventive actions are preferable to even the fastest response. Here are a few of our tips to fire prevention:
For more tips on fire prevention, see your homeowner manual, or visit the homeowner portal.
Whether for a vacation, business travel, or other reasons, nearly all of us occasionally leave our homes for days or weeks at a time. With some preparation, such absences can be managed uneventfully. Keep these guidelines in mind when planning an extended absence:
For more tips on extended absences, see your homeowner manual, or visit the homeowner portal.
Good planning and thoughtful everyday habits can save significant amounts of energy and water. In the process of conserving, you also save money as an additional benefit. Keep these hints in mind as you select and use your home’s features:
For more tips on energy and water conservation, see your homeowner manual, or visit the homeowner portal.
Taking care of your concrete is an essential part of making your home last! Here are some tips that will make your concrete last.
Here are a few things to help you enjoy your home during the cold months of winter!
Here are some spring-time reminders to make your home last!
A clean filter will help keep your home clean and reduce dusting chores. Remember to change the filter monthly in the first year of owning your new home and every other month in the years following. A clogged filter can slow airflow and cause cold spots in your home. Although it takes less than one minute to change the filter, this is one of the most frequently overlooked detail of normal furnace care.
Tracking salt and water from outside is hard on our flooring. Remove your shoes and place entry mats by entrances, this will help collect the usual dirt, sand, grit and water that might otherwise be tracked onto your floor.
If you are experiencing issues with any of your appliances that are under warranty, follow the instructions below.
Contact the manufacturer directly with model and serial number, closing date, and description of problem. Refer to your Appliance Service information sheet.