Your home is probably your largest investment. We know that the structure and the mechanical and electrical devices and appliances in our homes will deteriorate over time. And we know that regular maintenance can prevent the deterioration, and maintain the value of our investment. This complete kit has everything a homeowner needs to plan and follow an organized schedule of preventive maintenance, including 12 forms and checklists, and detailed instructions. Forms and checklists include:
- Checklists for annual inspections
- Seasonal maintenance lists
- A safety checklist
- Annual and monthly “to do” lists
The kit contains instructions on how to perform a home inspection and what to look for, how to evaluate the fire safety of your home, how to plan your maintenance tasks, and how to check if your electrical circuits are safe or over loaded. The kit also contains information on the likely life expectancy of over 130 items, ranging from construction materials to furnishings and appliances, and information on how to budget for “big ticket” replacements.
Whether you are a do-it-yourself person looking for a way to organize your household maintenance, or you are someone who prefers to call in a professional when repairs are needed, this kit will empower you by letting you identify potential problems before they become expensive problems. Instructions for use are in HTML format, making them easy to read and even bookmark. All forms and checklists are supplied in both MS Word and PDF format.
|Publication Date||Aug 15, 2004|
|Library Sales?||Not available to libraries|
|About the CD||The CD works with all versions of Microsoft Windows: 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, and Vista (Vista installation requires you to have Administrator rights on your computer).|