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Home Repair Jobs You Shouldn’t Ignore

Don’t Put Off These Home Repair Tasks


Unfortunately, ignoring that dripping tax or ugly water spot on the ceiling is not going to do your home any favors. In fact, lingering issues around the house can lead to expensive and time-consuming repairs if you don’t address them ASAP. Keep in mind these home repair jobs that you should tend to right away.


A rotting deck

Wooden decks are vulnerable to rot and deterioration. Sometimes, a few boards or one section will rot, which can be a simple and easy repair. Other times, the rotting is pervasive, which weakens the whole deck structure. If you see signs of rot on your deck, work quickly to tend to the boards and replace and necessary.


Clogged gutters

Leaves, twigs, dirt, and debris can pile up in the gutters, meaning that there will be significant blockage when trying to move water away from the property. Because the water isn’t going to the downspouts and flowing away from the house, it can leak into the basement. Simply cleaning the gutters once or twice a year keeps the water moving.


Water spots on the walls or ceiling

This is urgent – it means that there is a leaking pipe inside the wall or ceiling or that water is coming in from outside. If left unfixed, the water fix will likely expand, affecting a larger area that will need to be replaced or repainted.


Be sure that you tend to home issues when they occur. For all of your homeowners insurance needs, talk to the professionals at Little & Sons Insurance Services, serving Banning and neighboring cities in California.


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