Spring is finally here, which means it's time to start thinking about outdoor maintenance. If you live in a climate where it snows, you know just how harsh winter can be on your property. That's why it's important to take some time to spruce things up now that the snow has melted.

As the Rocca Sisters Team we pride ourselves on our Staged & Sold trademark. We know how to prepare a home for sale and get it sold!

Here are a few outdoor maintenance tasks for spring:

  1. Clean up debris: The snow may have covered up a lot of debris during the winter, so now is the time to clean it up. Start by raking up any leaves, branches, or other debris that may have accumulated in your yard.
  2. Check your gutters: Winter storms can wreak havoc on your gutters, so it's important to check them for any damage. Clear out any debris that may have accumulated in your gutters, and make sure they are still securely attached to your home.
  3. Inspect your roof: Winter can be tough on your roof, so it's important to inspect it for any damage. Look for any loose or missing shingles, and check for any signs of water damage.
  4. Prepare your lawn: If you have a lawn, now is the time to prepare it for the growing season. Start by raking up any dead grass or debris, and consider aerating your lawn to promote healthy growth.
  5. Trim your trees and shrubs: Winter storms can also damage your trees and shrubs, so it's important to trim them back as needed. This will help promote healthy growth and prevent any potential hazards.

By taking these outdoor maintenance steps, you can help ensure that your property is in good shape for the spring and summer months. Remember to take your time, and enjoy the beautiful weather as you work on your outdoor projects!

If you need any sort of advice, it would be our pleasure to help answer any kind of questions you may have with respect to preparing your home for Spring. Whether it’s an upcoming sale, settling into a new place or maintaining your current home. Let our experience be your guide! Call us today!

Posted by Tanya Rocca on
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