UHS Spring Maintenance Tips

What are some things we need to address for spring maintenance? Here to answer that question is Patrick from Unique Home Solution.

First he’d recommend doing a full outside and inside inspection for signs of water and any damage that may have occurred during the winter. Check everything from the foundation to roofs and gutters outside. And inspect windows and doors to insure they are sealed properly.

What to look for on the roof and gutters?

Patrick urges you to be diligent about roof maintenance. After the next rainy day, inspect your ceiling for wet spots. Ask a licensed professional to inspect your roof for wear and tear. If the shingles are curling, buckling or crackling, it’s time to replace the roof. Check your gutters for foliage build-up, particularly if trees hover over the roof. The rainy season is a prime time to ensure all drainage areas remain unblocked by leaves and/or debris. Trapped moisture can leave a house susceptible to moss and mildew and cause major damage to your roof and walls. While you’re at it, make sure the downspout is clean and pointing 2-2-1/2 feet away from foundation walls.

Again UHS is raising money for Hoosier Veterans Association. With every presentation of Unique’s premium home remodeling products, a potential Unique customer will know that a donation will be made to HVAF. You can also help by donating via our website. You can buy tickets to fundraising dinner.

$25,000 Sweepstakes Drawing = the day after Independence day

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