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4 Tips for Getting Your Stockton Rental Property Ready for fall

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With fall right around the corner now is the best time for you to get your Stockton Rental Property ready for fall and the winter months because many sources, including Farmer’s Almanac are predicting we will have a colder winter than normal this year.

In today’s post we will offer you tips for getting your Stockton Rental Property ready for fall.

Tip #1 – Have Your Rental Property Re-Caulked

Caulking your entire Stockton Rental Property should be done at least two times per year because re-caulking around your doors and windows will insure that your rental stays dry during the winter.

Besides re-caulking around doors and windows you should also re-caulk around your kitchen sink, bathtub and bathroom sink as well.

Tip #2 –Replace All Batteries in Detectors inside Your Home

Another important thing you can do to get your Stockton Rental Property ready for fall is to replace batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors because this will also help with fire prevention and keep your tenants safer.

Tip #3 – Inspect the Roof on Your Stockton Rental Property

Hire a roofing professional to inspect the roof of your Stockton home including in the attic as well because you want to eliminate the possibility of leakage once we start having more rain and snow.

Tip #4 – Focus on Pest Control

Besides having the outside of your home sprayed for pests regularly you should also have the crawl space underneath your house or your basement checked for critters like skunks or possums who might try to invade your home during the fall and winter months

When checking for pests it’s best to remember to not attempt to remove pests from your home yourself so you can avoid accidents or injuries.

Contact RPM Central Valley

To learn more property management tips you can use to get your Stockton Rental Property ready for fall or to get property management tips contact us today by calling (800) 535-7381 or click here to connect with us online.