Your home is perhaps the largest investment you’ll make. Protect it with proper care. Regular maintenance—simple tasks like cleaning the gutter and checking for air leaks—can prevent major problems from occurring. Changing your air conditioner’s filter, cleaning the dryer’s ducts, and recaulking weatherstripping also ensure that you’re not wasting energy. Replacing the batteries on your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors is essential. We want you to live safely, healthy, and comfortably!
Protecting what is likely the largest investment in your lifetime is, well, important ( to say the least). While a new home does offer all new everything, maintaining the 'new' is key to ensuring your home functions at its best for the years to come. Life's journey after purchasing a home continues on and so does maintaining your home. Learn how to take care of your investment through our HQ How-To video series. As a homeowner you have the power, we are just here to provide the How-to along the way.
In this video, Brandon from Clark’s Termite and Pest Control will explain to you how he monitors termite activity around your home.
In this video, Josh will teach you how to give your front door the tender love and care that it deserves.
In this video, Hampton from Frazier Land Group will teach you how to give your landscaping the tender love and care it deserves.
The 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW) Program is available only from builders who qualify for this industry-leading coverage. Hunter Quinn Homes is proud to offer 2-10 HBW to back every home we build. Your protection is also transferrable, a boost to the resale value. Download the program booklet to see how we’ve got you covered.
Dirty filters reduce efficiency and drive up energy costs. Clean or replace your air conditioning and heating system’s filter every other month. Have the system serviced by a professional twice a year for preventive maintenance and inspection.
It’s also not enough to clean the lint trap on your clothes dryer after every use. Flammable lint can build up in the vent, so be sure to have it cleaned at least once a year, or when you notice your clothes aren’t getting dry enough after one cycle.
Twice a year, check the condition of your home’s exterior. Check for cracks in the brick, stone, and stucco. Check for warped siding, gaps in wood trim, and peeling or blistering paint. Sand, scrape, stain, repaint, and apply wood preservatives wherever necessary.
Inspect your roof twice a year and look for broken or missing shingles that could lead to leaking. Clean your gutters at the same time to remove debris. Obstacles cause water to back up and it could seep into your home. Make sure the downspouts are also clear and sloped so that the water drains at least 5 feet away from the foundation.
The house is beautiful and appears to be well built. We can’t wait to move in!