Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
RWC’s new home warranties are packed with “value added” features – features that provide heightened security, resale value, and an important measure of peace of mind for homeowners.
Yes, a part of being a responsible homeowner is having a strong home warranty in place to ensure home protection; but that’s not all. There are additional ways to ensure a home holds up over time, including seasonal maintenance inspections.
A part of being a responsible homeowner is checking on things before they go haywire. Periodic home inspections and good maintenance practices are the surest ways of protecting a home all year long. Plus, these regularly scheduled seasonal maintenance inspections can help prevent costly problems from occurring.
To help with the home inspection process, RWC has put together seasonal checklists for homeowners, including a comprehensive fall maintenance guide. Now is the time to prepare for the coming winter, which is often the most grueling season for a home.
There are a number of indoor and outdoor maintenance tasks to complete each fall. 'Tis the season to service heating systems, check chimneys and electrical systems, clean chimneys, gutters and ridge vents, fortify a home’s exterior, check the batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, and so on. Though tempting, it’s important not to overlook these important tasks to avoid costly repairs and major safety hazards.
For a complete fall maintenance checklist, take a look at RWC’s handy resource, available to all at no charge.
Residential Warranty Company, LLC is a leading provider of insured new home warranties to the building industry. Builders seeking options in coverage, sensible home warranty protection, and assistance in dealing with customer service, choose RWC. In business for over 30 years, RWC has warranted over 3 million homes and its Insurer is rated “A- (Excellent)” by A.M. Best. An extensive “menu of choices” in both home warranties and general liability insurance is available, enabling builders to reduce their liability and increase the marketability of their homes. Become a member today!