HVAC inspection – have your HVAC system inspected at least once a year to make sure your blower and switches are working properly.
Chimney inspection – once a year, have your chimney inspected, especially if you burn logs often, as a buildup of creosote could cause a chimney fire. Also be sure your chimney cap is secure; if it isn’t, rain could get into your chimney and cause mold problems.
Termite inspection – it is estimated that termites cause $5 billion in damages to homes every year, so be sure you get a termite inspection at least once a year.
Deck inspection – have your deck inspected for any damage from mold, mildew or rot, as well as for any nails that are jutting out that may cause injuries.
Dryer vent cleaning – a clogged dryer vent can easily start a fire, so inspect and clean your dryer vent a few times a year and replace when necessary.
There is also seasonal maintenance you should take into consideration if you own a home. In Texas’ humid climate, you always want to be on the watch for mold — not only can it have an adverse impact on your home’s structure, but also your health.
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