New Homeowner? We recommend you do THIS!

August 5, 2019

 

If you’ve just bought a home, you’re probably ready to relax and enjoy it or maybe you’re still  focused on settling in, buying new decor, and making it perfect for you and your family. The last thing we want to be is a Debbie Downer and talk about the “not so fun” side of homeownership, but we recommend you go ahead and make a plan for maintaining your home now.

 

Here at Jones-Warren, we can help! 

 

The easiest way is for you to make sure your home doesn’t have any unwelcome and expensive surprises in a few years is to commit to having an annual home maintenance inspection. 

 

Just like you would go to the doctor every year for an annual checkup, it’s important for your home to have one each year as well. We notice that homes that have an annual “check up” are better maintained and have fewer large, expensive repairs than those that only get inspected during real estate transactions.

 

During our Annual Home Maintenance Inspections, we make sure to take a look at the areas where the most common problems happen but that are overlooked or aren’t seen. We will inspect your roof, get in your attic, crawlspace or basement, check windows for signs leak and rot, plumbing and much more. At the end of your Annual Home Maintenance Inspection, you will receive  a detailed report that will help you prioritize which repairs you need to make immediately and what repairs will be needed in the near future.

 

While it’s not mandatory to get your home inspected annually, let us help you protect your biggest investment and keep your home’s value as high as possible!

 

For more information about what we do during a Home Maintenance Inspection or to schedule your inspection, contact us at 205.607.0031 for Alabama, 404.793.3773 for Atlanta or email us at office@joneswarren.com.

 

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