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There’s a sense of deep pride that comes with being a homeowner. But with that satisfaction comes its share of weekend home improvement projects and upkeep, too.
Winter is usually rough on your home. Once snow, ice, wind and freezing temperatures calm down, spring is a good time to check how your home withstood the season. When spring arrives, here’s a list of projects to help your home recover from winter:
Spring Home Maintenance Checklist
Related: 5 Sneaky Sources of Water Leaks
Related: What Does a Home Inspector Look For?
Additionally, you might want to check your home’s foundation. After winter, a frost heave could cause your home’s foundation to shift. Learn how to spot the signs of frost heave.
Make sure you take a look at how to help your car and yard recover from winter, too. And check in with your local ERIE Agent to make sure you’re covered no matter what season it is.
Protect Your Home with Homeowners Insurance You Can Trust
You work hard to invest in your home. At ERIE, we get the emotional and financial importance of your biggest investment – which is why our homeowners insurance goes the distance.
Ask your local ERIE agent about homeowners insurance with 100% Guaranteed Replacement Cost*. Unlike an actual cash value policy that subtracts for wear and tear and depreciation, Guaranteed Replacement Cost covers the cost to rebuild at current construction costs.
Learn more about what makes our homeowners coverage different, or contact your local ERIE agent to request a quote.
* Guaranteed Replacement Cost applies to covered losses and requires home improvements over $5,000 to be reported within 90 days—not available with all policies and in all states. Coverage of costs to comply with laws or ordinances is subject to limits. Depreciation will be deducted until repair or replacement is completed. Talk to your ERIE agent for more information.
This article was originally published in 2018. It was updated with new information on Feb. 27, 2019.
Article originally posted on www.erieinsurance.com(opens in new tab)
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