1. Check Outside Faucets For Freezing Damage
Damage can happen to the outside spigot even if you had the water valve off and the damaged section of the pipe is pressurized for the first time in months in the spring.
2. Check the Gutters For Sagging, Stopped Up, Or Leaking Places
Sagging could mean a bigger problem with rotted fascia board behind the gutters. Stopped up or leaking gutters can cause water damage.
3. Inspect The Concrete For Cracks Or Leaks
This could indicate foundation or water issues.
4. Prepare Your Garden
Get ready for a successful season of gardening by clearing out weeds, debris. Prune and prepare the soil in garden beds, pots or where ever you want to a depth of 12 – 14 inches.
5. Examine Roof Shingles For Damaged Shingles & Leaks
Another one to prevent water damage is making sure your roof doesn’t have any missing or warped shingles. Also, a good idea to take a look under your attic ceiling and walls for any bulging or wet patches.
6. Probe The Wood Trim
This just means go over your wood trim and even decks to look for loose screws that could be working their way out and tighten them all back.
7. Service The AC Unit/ HVAC
8. Check Foundation Drainage
To Keep Rainwater Out of Your Basement/Crawlspace
9. Fireplace Maintenance
Shoveling out ashes & closing the damp
10. Clean/Seal Your Tile Grout & Stone Counter Tops
Just a good time to make that a habit to help maintain and keep looking beautiful and clean.