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November Homeowner Checklist

Dated: November 2 2021

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Before you put your turkey in the oven, stop here for this month's Homeowner Checklist?

The holidays are upon us and I'm ready to start decorating! But first, I'm sharing your monthly homeowner checklist so you can be sure to take care of your house for the holidays!

⚠️ Check paths, stairs, and railings for safety

Deep-clean bathrooms

Check bathtub caulk and repair if needed

Remove the last of the Fall leaves.

Restock emergency kits for car and home

If you use a fireplace or woodstove, order firewood

Clean Garbage Disposal

Lubricate Door Locks

Clean (and flip) all your mattresses

Get a Chimney Sweep to Inspect the Fireplace

Get a head start on your holiday shopping

Host a Friendsgiving

Make a donation to your local food pantry 

Order holiday cards and update your contact list

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Tania Gardère MacLeod

Tania Works Hard + Lives + Loves The Roswell, GA Community Roswell is an amazing area and we’re proud to call it home. Because we love living and working here in Georgia so much, it makes it easy t....

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