The flowers are budding, the birds and singing, and winter almost feels like a distant memory. But any wear and tear our harsh New England weather has caused to your home is here to stay. Now is a good time to schedule a spring home maintenance assessment so you can identify and address any issues before they become major problems.

During your home maintenance assessment, Cormack’s team of home building and remodeling experts will thoroughly assess your home and create a detailed report of our findings. The major areas we’ll look for include:

  • Roof, siding, or gutter damage
  • Foundation cracks
  • Leaks or moisture issues
  • Insulation problems
  • Mold, moss, or algae growth
  • Structural weaknesses
  • Building code compliance problems

Identifying problem areas you may have missed.

“Most of the problems identified during a home maintenance assessment would go unnoticed to the untrained eye,” explains Robin Russell at Cormack Construction. Unfortunately, these types of issues can become larger, costlier problems for homeowners if they aren’t addressed. For example, if you have moisture or light holes in your attic, you could be just one major snow storm away from financially devastating damage to your home.

Prioritizing home maintenance and repair projects.

Owning a home can be overwhelming. In order to preserve its appearance and value, you need to keep up with any required maintenance and repairs. “To assist homeowners in managing these projects, we’ll create a detailed report of our assessment, prioritizing those areas that need the greatest attention, Russell adds.

Home Maintenance Assessments in NH’s Lakes Region, White Mountains, and Western ME

Spring is a great time to schedule a home maintenance assessment so you can take care of any needed outside work before winter returns. Our team will assess your home from top to bottom, identifying any problem areas or concerns that should be addressed. Contact us today to schedule your home maintenance assessment.

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