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Home Maintenance ScheduleThis is a starting list; you may want to add or remove items by inserting and deleting rows on this worksheet.
QuarterlyDate last completed
Plumbing
Faucets and shower headsCheck interior and exterior faucets for leaks. Clean aerators. Replace washers if necessary.
DrainsClean with baking soda. Pour water down unused drains.
PipesInspect visible pipes for leaks.
Kitchen and bathroom cabinetsCheck under and around for leaks.
ToiletsCheck for stability and leaks.
Water heaterCheck area around water heater for leaks. If you have hard water, drain 1-2 gallons water.
Interior
Wood cabinets and trimApply a wood protectant.
Interior doorsLubricate hinges.
Garage doorLubricate hardware. Inspect mechanism for free travel.
Window and door tracksCheck to see if weep holes are open. Clean out dirt and dust. Lubricate rollers and latches.
Basement or crawl spaceCheck for cracks or any sign of dampness or leaks. Check for any evidence of termites or wood-eating insects.
Ceramic tileCheck and clean grout.
Electrical and appliances
Heating and cooling systemsClean and replace filters if necessary.
Kitchen exhaust fanRemove and clean the filter. Clean accumulated grease deposits from the fan housing.
RefrigeratorClean dust from top. Clean refrigerator drain pan. Clean and defrost freezer if necessary.
DishwasherCheck for leaks.
Wiring, electrical cords, and plugsCheck for wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
Smoke detectorTest for proper operation and replace batteries if necessary.
GFI outletsTest for proper operation.
Exterior
FoundationInspect visible areas, vents, and ducts for cracks, leaks, or blockages.
LandscapingCheck for proper drainage.
Concrete and asphaltClean oil and grease.
FallDate last completed
Plumbing
Plumbing shut-off valvesInspect for proper operation.
Outside faucetsDrain.
Water heaterFlush out hot water to remove accumulated sediment.
Faucet aeratorsCheck for proper flow of water. If the flow is reduced, clean the aerator screens. During the first two months, the faucet aerators could require more frequent cleaning.
Interior
AtticExamine for evidence of any leaks. Check insulation and remove or add if necessary. Check for evidence of birds, squirrels, raccoons, etc. Check for proper ventilation.
CountertopsInspect for separations at sinks and backsplash. Recaulk where required.
Tiled areasInspect for loose or missing grout or caulking. Regrout or recaulk if necessary.
Shower doors/tub enclosuresInspect for proper fit. Adjust if necessary. Inspect caulking and recaulk if necessary.
Weather strippingCheck caulking around windows and doors. Check window and door screens. Adjust or replace if necessary.
Sectional garage doorsAdjust the travel and tension.
FireplaceInspect flues. Clean if necessary. Inspect fireplace brick and mortar for cracks or damage.
Electrical and appliances
Heating systemService heating system and heat pump.
Cooling systemRemove debris from around units and clean with garden hose. Remove window air conditioner or protect with weatherproof cover. Clean and replace filters if necessary.
Refrigerator coilsClean.
Combustible appliancesInspect and service if necessary.
Exterior
RoofCheck for leaks. Check for damaged, loose, or missing shingles. Check vents and louvers for birds, nests, squirrels, and insects. Check flashing around roof stacks, vents, and skylights for leaks.
ChimneyClean and check for deteriorating bricks and mortar. Check for leaks. Check for birds, nests, squirrels, and insects.
Gutters and downspoutsClean and check for leaks, misalignment, or damage.
Exterior wallsCheck for deteriorating bricks and mortar. Check siding for damage or rot. Check painted surfaces for flaking.
LandscapingTrim shrubbery around walls. Remove tree limbs, branches, or debris that can attract insects (no wood or shrubbery should be closer than 3 inches to your house). Maintain grading.
Concrete and asphaltCheck for cracks or deterioration. Reseal or repair if necessary.
Septic systemExamine septic system drain field for flooding and odor. Have tank pumped yearly.
Lawn and patio furnitureClean and store or cover with weatherproof material.
SpringDate last completed
Plumbing
Water heaterFlush out hot water to remove accumulated sediment.
Interior
AtticExamine for evidence of any leaks. Check insulation and remove or add if necessary. Check for evidence of birds, squirrels, raccoons, etc. Check for proper ventilation.
CountertopsInspect for separations at sinks and backsplash. Recaulk where required.
Tiled areasInspect for loose or missing grout or caulking. Regrout or recaulk if necessary.
Shower doors/tub enclosuresInspect for proper fit. Adjust if necessary. Inspect caulking and recaulk if necessary.
Weather strippingCheck caulking around windows and doors. Check window and door screens. Adjust or replace if necessary.
Electrical and appliances
Heating and cooling systemGeneral furnace inspection: Look for rust, scaling on heat exchanger, and proper flame color; note odd sounds or smells; and check condition of venting. Remove debris around units.
Circuit breakers Exercise.
RefrigeratorClean coils.
Exterior
DecksScrub mildewed areas and treat for water stains, mildew, and fungus.
RoofClean. Check for leaks. Check for damaged, loose or missing shingles. Check vents and louvers for birds, nests, squirrels, and insects. Check flashing around roof stacks, vents, and skylights for leaks.
ChimneyClean and check for deteriorating bricks and mortar. Check for leaks. Check for birds, nests, squirrels, and insects.
Gutters and downspoutsClean and check for leaks, misalignment, or damage.
WindowsClean.
Exterior wallsCheck for deteriorating bricks and mortar. Check siding for damage or rot. Check painted surfaces for flaking.
LandscapingTrim shrubbery around walls. Remove tree limbs, branches, or debris that can attract insects (no wood or shrubbery should be closer than 3 inches to your house). Maintain grading.
Concrete and asphaltCheck for cracks or deterioration. Reseal or repair if necessary.
 
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