How to get your house ready for spring

Now that your jumbo loans have been approved, it’s time to start planning how to get your home ready for spring.

In the past, spring cleaning was a tradition in most homes. Now with a variety of technology available to us, we have to take extra time to make sure that we check the basics on the inside and outside of our homes.

Here are some things you need to consider in order to get your house ready for spring.


No matter the size of your lawn, your new home will need your personal touch added with some landscaping.

The beautiful thing about the spring weather is that it brings new life. this is the opportune time to plant flowers and create a vegetable garden that can serve your home all year round.

Add your personal touch to the landscaping by making sure that you choose flowers and plants that have a personal story to you and that you’ll appreciate looking at each time you come in and out of your home.

Check the HVAC

Don’t let your new home become a burden to you. You loved it when you looked at it, so take the time to check the important utilities to make sure that you can still love it in the future.

Your HVAC unit will keep your house temperature controlled in the sometimes-challenging springtime weather. Scheduling a service appointment with a local HVAC company will give you the peace of mind that your unit is operating at the capacity that it should be.

Child-proof the Home

Because springtime will be a time to celebrate with birthday parties, weddings, retirements, and much more you want to make sure that your home is ready for any children that will be running around and filling it with laughter.

Double-check that the outlets in your home have caps that can be placed in them in order to protect any children who may get curious.

Another thing you need to consider is any cabinets that are height level for children. Make sure that all chemicals and anything that they might be able to ingest is safely out of reach for them or locked away securely.

Clean the Drains

Because dreams aren’t immediately within our sightline they’re usually the last thing that we remember when it comes to preparing our house for the spring.

Springtime brings rainy weather with it. By cleaning your dreams before the rain gets here you’ll ensure that you’re not sloshing through a mess of leaves and twigs and random other artifacts that often gets stuck in the drains.

These items can serve as a kick-off point for you to get your house ready for spring. Try doing one of these every week and you’ll find that your home will be ready for people and this will also help you not have to put an intense amount of time on the weekends and getting your home ready for the beautiful weather that will come in the next season.