Kansas City January Home Maintenance List | Catherine Colwell

Kansas City January Home Maintenance List

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Get this year started off right! Your home is guest-free, and you’ve had a few weeks to breathe now. Now is the time to make some space and make sure your home is safe.

Transform Your Garage

Is your two-car garage currently set up to park a moped this winter? Make room for both of your cars this winter! Set up storage that will last a lifetime.

Recommended:
Ed Jenkins

Air Ducts

Protect your home and keep the air healthy! Have your ducts and vents cleaned out.

Recommended:
Jeff Jines

House Cleaning

Your family spends a lot more time indoors during the winter. It can start to feel a little cramped. Having regular house cleaning is a great to keep your home feeling fresh, even on the coldest days.

Recommended:
Leslia and Gloria

Drain the Hot Water Heater

Drain your hot water heater once a year to remove debris and sediment. Your water heater will work more efficiently.

Recommended:
Taylor Reese

Snow Removal

Stay inside and enjoy a hot cup of cocoa. This winter, line up a snow removal pro. If you don’t, it’s not likely you’ll be able to find someone when it snows. It doesn’t cost anything to line someone up — you only pay when it snows and when the snow is removed.

Recommended:
Andy Bryant

Trim Trees

Before ice and snow weigh down branches, have them trimmed away from your home.

Recommended:
Ray Morriss

Repair Handrails

Slip-sliding away shouldn’t be the theme song of your winter. Get handrails, sidewalks and curbs repaired so you are safe in the ice and snow.

Recommended:
Neil & Hailey

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