Your Essential Fall Home Maintenance Guide

In much of California, Nevada and Arizona, we're blessed with warm temperatures year-round. But regardless of where you live, when fall is in the air, it’s time to think about those home maintenance projects you couldn’t do when the thermometer was peaking. Making a project checklist is essential for maintaining the value of your home and we’ve compiled some checklist items for you. 

Outside Projects 
Start your fall home maintenance checklist by inspecting your home's exterior. Oppressive summer heat can lead to the damage of some construction materials over time and for those who live in areas where the temperature dips below freezing in winter, ice may damage your home.
 
 
Landscaping
Updating your property’s landscaping is easier to do in the fall, especially if you want to grow native plants in Arizona or Nevada.  
 
 
The Lawn
Lawn care in Nevada and the drier areas of California and Arizona starts in the fall for healthy grass the following spring.
 
 
Inside Projects
The inside of your home needs attention too before the colder weather sets in. We’ve got a check list for that too!
 

 

Becky Moore calls herself a dedicated DSIY — a “Do-Some-of-It-Yourselfer” — who writes about home and landscaping issues. She and her equally handy husband have moved into and refurbished a new (to them) house every two years for the past decade.

 

 

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