Sacramento Remodeling Contractor Video: Must-Do Home Repairs

As homeowners, we oftentimes find ourselves ignoring the small issues around our houses. A leaky faucet. Dirty air conditioner filters. Cracks in your tile or driveway. It is easy to overlook these small problems. But if nothing is done about them, these little issues can become major problems before you know it. That’s why you really need to deal with them as soon as possible. And depending on the size of the issues, it may be something you can do yourself, or it could be a problem you need the help of a Sacramento remodeling contractor to fix.

If you are trying to nip these little issues in the bud before they grow, the first thing you should do is take an assessment of your house just like you would before buying a home. Walk around your home looking for problems, write them down, and decide which ones are the most important for you to take care of. You might want to start with any exterior leaks you find. And don’t ignore those leaky faucets, as that could quickly turn into a mold problem which can be very costly. The key here is identifying a problem and having it fixed right away. If you do that, it will be much easier to keep your home in great shape and avoid the real headaches.

To hear more about must-do home repairs, please take a look at the video below:

To speak with a Sacramento remodeling contractor who can help you repair any issue you may find, please contact Russ Johnson Construction here.


TITLE: Must-Do Home Repairs

NARRATION: Take an assessment of your house. Walk around as if you’re getting ready to buy the house. Write down everything you see that’s potentially wrong, and that way you can prioritize it and make sure you have money set aside for these important projects.

The most common problem that oftentimes gets put off is leaky faucets. We all probably have them. Not only does that waste a ton water throughout the year, but it could lead to problems with mold, and it can turn into a very expensive project to fix if left unattended.

Unless you’re into avid do-it-yourselfer, you probably want to start with really basic projects that you wanna do yourself. Whether it’s changing furnace filters, caulking around windows, for example. But anything that has to do with plumbing and electrical is better off left to the pros.

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