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Are you looking to get a handle on your home maintenance on the inside and outside?
Well, you’re in the right place.
I started a home maintenance challenge.
Each week I will provide sample tasks to work on.
I will base our challenge on checklists and recommendations from websites that showcase experts.
Many people find it hard to keep up with their house projects and general maintenance for their home.
It is VITAL to maintaining your property value and helps to potentially avoid bigger problems down the road.
Each week I’m challenging readers to take better care of their homes inside and out.
Whether you are working on a large ongoing project, simply completing small tasks around the house, or just looking to inspect your home. . .post comments, blog posts, and updates here.
Are you up for the challenge?
Link your post in the comments below. Also feel free to show pictures on Twitter. Tweet me at @msenthusiast and use hashtag
#home to share your photos, updates, and blog posts. If you’d like to join a special Pinterest board, the challenge will be posted there as well as progress and other home-related posts. Just email me at info at MoneySavingEnthusiast dot com if you’d like join.
Challenge 3 :Replace Filters to boost energy efficiency. They cost about $10-25 dollars for a dozen.
Make it part of your routine to take care of the filters twice a year. Make sure your goal is attainable and measurable.
For this week:
Attempt to We associate clutter with the inside of our house. There are forms of clutter outside too. Weeds clutter up your garden, grass, etc.
- Inside– replace your air conditioning and heating filters.
- Outside– Clean and seal wood decks during a sunny stretch.
- If you already completed this or have another ongoing project you are working on, feel free to post that as well. The weekly challenge is an attempt to provide structure to your routine. We’d still like to see what you are working on. Here’s a sample, How to Vinyl Tile Your Bathroom Floor for 30 Dollars in 360 Minutes.
I adapted these ideas from the CNN Money’s Home Calendar for June.