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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Manufactured Home

Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Manufactured Home


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As the winter chill fades away and the warmer days of spring arrive, it's the perfect time to give your manufactured home some much-needed attention. Just like any other property, manufactured homes require regular maintenance to keep them in top condition and ensure the safety and comfort of your family. To guide you through this process, we've gathered expert advice from Tony Anderson, District Manager at Roots Management Group, to help you take proactive steps in caring for your home. 

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Inspect Roof: 

"Winter weather can take a toll on your roof, so start your spring maintenance by inspecting it for any damage. Look out for loose shingles, signs of wear and tear, or debris that may have accumulated. Addressing these issues early on can prevent more significant problems down the line".


Clean Gutters:  

"Clean out your gutters to ensure proper drainage around your home. Remove any debris, leaves, or branches that may have collected during the winter months. Proper gutter maintenance helps prevent water damage to your home's foundation and keeps your exterior tidy". 

HVAC Maintenance:   

Schedule a professional to clean and service your HVAC system. Anderson emphasizes the importance of checking the heat exchanger for cracks or damage. Ensuring that your HVAC system is in good working condition enhances energy efficiency and contributes to your household's safety. 

Check Plumbing:   

"Inspect your plumbing system for leaks or signs of water damage. This is also an opportune time to check and unplug any heat tape you may have installed. Taking this step helps extend the lifespan of the heat tape and prevents potential hazards". 

Check Steps and Skirting:   

Ensure all steps to your manufactured home are in good working condition and free from damage or instability. Additionally, inspect the skirting around your home for missing or damaged pieces. Properly maintained steps and skirting enhance your home's aesthetic appeal and contribute to its structural integrity. 

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Taking proactive measures to maintain your manufactured home during the spring not only preserves its value but also ensures the safety and well-being of your family. By following these expert tips from Tony Anderson and incorporating them into your seasonal maintenance routine, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your home is in excellent condition for the months ahead. 


Remember, a little preventative care now can save you time, money, and stress in the long run. Happy spring! 



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