• Fertilize the lawn

    Fertilizing for weed control helps protect your lawn. Consult you local garden centre for product recommendations and techniques.

  • Clean intake vent screens

    Ensure your exterior intake vents are clear of obstructions, to keep your system operating smoothly.

  • Check for soil settlement at the foundation

    Homeowners are responsible to ensure their drainage systems and strategies move water away from the home. Fill areas that have settled, to avoid standing water at the foundation.

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  • Seal all granite countertops

    Granite is highly resistant to chips and scratches but is porous and should be treated every six months with a sealer to prevent staining.

  • Inspect air conditioning system

    Dirt or debris on the heat exchanged for the cooling unit can limit the efficiency of a cooling system. Refer to your manual for cleaning instructions specific to your unit.

  • Check and test carbon monoxide and smoke detector batteries

    Make sure you read the owner’s manual for both your CO and smoke detectors. Experts recommend having both battery-powered and wired-in models for an added level of protection.

  • Clean range hood filters

    Kitchen range hoods are an important part of your home’s ventilation system to remove odours and improve air quality. Clean and replace filters in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.