Posted on: 27 March 2020
As a first-time homeowner, your feelings of pride and accomplishment are sure to be overwhelming. With the stroke of a pen, you have succeeded in making a major investment in your family's financial security. But that same stroke of a pen also means that you have accepted the role of caretaker for a large structure with a multitude of systems, components, and finishes to maintain and repair.
After the hard work of moving in and the thrill of enjoying those first days of living in a home of your very own, it is normal to begin to list all the little things that need to be fixed, adjusted, or changed.