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Spring time cleaning brings on home checks. Home checks are an important part of the upkeep on your home. It can save you from needing a disaster cleanup service soon. We have a few tips to help get you on track and hopefully keep you from needing an emergency cleanup service. Below are the top things to look for to ensure your home is ready for spring. 

•Fire Alarms

Fire alarms should be checked on a regular basis. It is important to ensure that the batteries are new. You should also test them to make sure they are in perfect working order. Fire alarms will save your life if they are working properly. It is also an important part of your home insurance clause. Your fire alarms must be in working order to make a claim. 

•Sewage Lines

Sewer lines are a dirty business, especially when they have roots or could be leaking. A quick check could save you a lot of money down the road. It is important to know where your sewer lines are and to make sure your drains and toilets are all working the way they should. This is an easy way to prevent a future sewage backup that could affect your home. 


Inspecting your roof should be done after every season. It is important to ensure you do not have any missing shingles or holes that could cause your home to leak. A leak could cause rot and mold to form in your home. Once this happens, you will end up spending thousands trying to clean up the mess. 

•Unprotected Pipes

After winter it is very important to check your pipes. Exposed pipes could have cracks or may have bursts because of the cold weather. By checking the exposed pipes and by making sure your water pressure is what it should be, you save money on a future disaster cleanup service. 

If you do have a disaster and you need fast and affordable cleanup, give Disaster Cleanup Services a call. We are fast, courteous, and will file your insurance claims for you.