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19 Vital Home Maintenance Tasks & Savings Tips To Do For Summer

So the weather is heating up and so is your home. The increasing temperatures can put stress on your home & garden, as well as your bills.
Here are 19 things to do immediately that will reduce the various costs of your home over the long haul. You can read about them and click any of the links provided for more information.

1. Check The Insulation in Your Attic – And Install More If Needed.
Important: proper insulation keeps your home warmer in the winter but also cooler in the summer!

If you have an unfinished attic, pop your head up there and take a look around. You should see insulation up there between the beams, and there should be at least six inches of it everywhere (more if you live in the northern part of the United States).


If there’s inadequate insulation up there – or the insulation you have appears to be damaged – install new insulation. Here’s a great guide from the Department of Energy on attic insulation, including specifics on how much you should have depending on where you live. Many states offer financial incentives, up to a 75% refund for instance, to encourage homeowners to better insulate their homes.

2. Pay Your Mortgage On Time? Utilize Congress’s Newly Passed “E.R.R.” Program To Cut Your Mortgage Down
Still unknown to many is a brilliant Government Program called the Enhanced Relief Refinance Program (E.R.R.) that could benefit millions of Americans and reduce their payments by as much as $3,252 per year! You could bet the banks aren’t too thrilled about losing all that profit and might secretly hope homeowners don’t find out before time runs out.


So while the banks happily wait for this program to end, the Government is making a final push and urging homeowners to take advantage. This program is currently active but could be shut down at any given time in 2019. But the good news is that once you’re in, you’re in. If lowering your payments, paying off your mortgage faster, and even taking some cash out would help you, it’s vital you act now and see if you could qualify for E.R.R. or a better rate in today’s marketplace.

URGENT: So many homeowners could still benefit today, but sadly, many perceive E.R.R. to be too good to be true. Remember, E.R.R. is a free program and there’s absolutely NO COST to see if you qualify and this can save you $271 every month on your mortgage bills. See if you qualify now before it’s gone

How do I qualify?
Step 1: Click your state on the map to instantly check your eligibility for free.

Step 2: View your new lower rate and save money! Click here to see your new low rate.

Select Your State:


Verify Your Eligibility and Start Saving!
3. Automate Your Thermostat & HVAC system
One of the easiest things you can do to instantly start saving money on your heating and cooling bills is to get an automated thermostat. These smart thermostats will learn when you are home and make sure the home is at a comfortable setting during those hours so you’re not cooling the house when no one is around to enjoy it. They also learn when you’re going to be home so they can adjust the temperature before you step in the door to ensure your house is always comfortable!


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