Your Guide To Home Maintenance

Find helpful tips, blogs, and links to keep your home in great condition.

 
 
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Dreams + Plans = Goals

Our industry is on the forefront of change. It’s a young one that is moving away from a cottage industry into the mainstream. We believe in abandoning our limiting beliefs and creating new possibilities. We have big dreams this year and we’re doing something to make them happen— planning!

We’re excited to make our dreams come alive and the best way to do it is to start small. What are your stretch goals this year? What is one small goal can you start with today? Check out this video for more inspiration.

 

new construction inspections

Do Home Inspectors and New Constructions go together? We hear this question a lot, and the answer is, “Yes!” Not only is it a good idea to hire a home inspector AFTER the house is completed, but also BEFORE the walls go up. A Pre-Drywall Inspection gives you peace of mind knowing the bones of the house are being installed properly and a preemptive opportunity to correct any problems—which can translate to saving you money.

This article from Realtor.com explains it all.

 

Is your electric panel labeled?

Is your electric panel labeled?

If you recently moved into a new house and you’re not sure which breaker goes to which room, an effective way to proactively alleviate frustration when a breaker is tripped is to label them. This article provides 6 simple tips for labeling your electrical panel.

So grab a buddy, a pen, some masking tape and get to labeling!

 

Featured Article

Jack Frost came calling last week and reports suggest he'll be causing some trouble this winter. With the potential for a lot of snow accumulation, there are more chances for snow related water damage to your home. Ice damming can cause major issues for the roof surface, framing, insulation and interior drywall. Increasing insulation and ventilation, keeping gutters clean, and sealing of any gaps in wall or ceilings can all work towards prevention of ice dams. Be aware of how mother nature can affect your home. Being proactive rather than reactive can save you a ton in the long run. Learn about the home you own or the home you have with an inspection from us!

What's an ice dam? Click the link below!

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Featured blog

Dave Hepler is a custom home builder local to Winchester, VA. His homes are immaculate and he is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to building the home of your dreams. His blog covers everything from the life span of your home, to getting approved for a construction loan, to how to choose a floor plan. Head on over to Dave's blog below!