1. Smoke and carbon monoxide detector tests:
Regular testing ensures these critical devices are operational and can alert residents to emergencies.
2. HVAC system inspection:
Seasonal inspections can prevent breakdowns, improve efficiency, and extend the system's life.
3. Plumbing system checks:
Checking for leaks and blockages can prevent water damage and maintain water quality.
4. Electrical system assessment:
Ensuring all wiring, outlets, and breakers are functioning properly reduces the risk of electrical fires.
5. Appliance maintenance:
Cleaning and servicing major appliances can prevent malfunctions and prolong their usability.
6. Window and door inspections:
Examining seals and locks can improve energy efficiency and security.
7. Pest control measures:
Regular treatments deter infestations that can cause health issues and structural damage.
8. Gutter and drainage examination:
Clearing debris prevents water buildup that can lead to roof damage and foundation issues.
9. Roof and ceiling checks:
Identifying potential leaks or structural weaknesses can prevent interior and exterior damage.
10. Safety equipment audits:
Reviewing and updating safety equipment like fire extinguishers ensures they're ready for use in emergencies.