The maintenance services listed below are tailored towards vacation homeowners and their short-term rentals, however we would be glad to assist homeowners who are not renting out their properties. For specific details, monthly and yearly packages, or any additional requests you might have, feel free to contact us
Includes scheduled yearly and or seasonal maintenance
Regularly changing the filters of the AC, furnace, dishwasher, fridge, and hood will prevent all these appliances from breaking or getting damaged. They should typically be changed once every three months. We would additionally recommend cleaning out the refrigerator coils and bathroom exhausts.
Check Home Safety equipment
It is essential that safety devices are working properly for the wellbeing of occupants and the integrity of your home. According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), smoke and carbon monoxide detectors should be tested at least once a month and batteries should be replaced at least once or twice a year. Fire extinguishers have to be inspected and tested every six months.
Check the Drainage/Plumbing System
Check for any leakage or disruption in the plumbing. It is recommended to do this at least twice a year. Another of our property maintenance tips is to also inspect the shower caulking and grout. Making sure there are no holes or cracks.
Check Gas/ Electricity Systems
Check if the gas and electricity systems are working properly at least one or twice a year.
Inspect the Property’s Exterior
Inspect for any leakages or water damage and clean the gutters from fallen leaves and debris. This would include, power wash garage, decks, patio, walkways and exterior of home in order to conduct a thoroughly check the property’s exterior
Re-seal the deck, fence, and other woodwork in order to ensure its longevity.
This is target purely at homeowner who rent their property out to short-term guest. It includes restoking guest amenities such, hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, dishwasher tablets, toilet paper, paper towels, ect.
Drain the Water Heater
This should do this at least once a year, typically before the cold season. The procedure is done in order to ensure the proper functioning of the heater and to avoid the building of sediment.
Pertains to rectification of non-emergency issues
Service, Installation, Maintenance
Repairs, Touch-Up Finishes, Adjust Drawers/Doors, Replace Hardware
Outlets, Switches, Service Panel, Shorts and Other Non-Operating Fixtures
Glass and screens
Replace Broken Glass, Windows and Screens, Install Storm Windows & Doors
Bulb Replacement, Fixture Change-Outs
Interior & Exterior, Individual Rooms, Whole House, Nail Pops, Settling and Crack Repair, Touch-Ups
Carpenter Ants, Insects, Rodents, Termites
Drain Clogs, Fixtures, Installations, Pipe Leaks, Shower Heads, Toilets
Windows and doors
Replacement, Weather Stripping, Replacement & Repair Locksets,
Issues that need to be rectified within days of occurrence
Failure of electrical, plumbing, sewer, or heating system
Broken or inoperable door or windows