Holiday Clean Up Tips

November 1, 2014

As a reminder, your Riverside County real estate tax payments are due and payable by December 10, 2014 and April 10, 2015, respectively.

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, you can help to prevent “day after” clogged kitchen drain plumbing issues by following these simple clean up tips: (1) Use and then dispose of paper towels to absorb excess cooking grease and fat; and (2) Avoid using your garbage disposal to grind stringy fibrous or starchy waste (including poultry skin, potato peels, coffee grounds, egg shells and celery stalks).

This month, I am pleased to offer a few home service suggestions for your consideration. Please contact our office for additional information, schedule services and/or confirm costs.

  1. Holiday Decorations: Premier Residential Services has partnered with Inside Plants to offer our clients the option of a professional decorator to give your home a festive holiday spirit. Inside Plants can provide a range of products from tree decorating and wreaths to lighting and holiday live plants to complement this festive time of year.
  2. Heating & Air Conditioning System Service: Now that temperatures have begun to moderate, this is an optimal time of year to schedule service to ensure that your units run efficiently during the winter season. We will clean/replace filters, check blower belts, assess temperatures, inspect ducts and plenum connections, and clean condensate lines and adjacent areas.
  3. Home Maintenance Inspection: Now is an opportune time to schedule a complimentary home inspection of the interior and exterior of your home by our Maintenance Department. The purpose of this inspection is to assist homeowners in identifying items that may require attention and/or repair.
  4. Daylight Savings Time: The recent change to daylight savings time provides an opportune time to have our Maintenance Department replace smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm batteries to assure proper operation. At the same time, we can replace burnt light bulbs and check outdoor photocells for proper operation.

Premier Residential Service’s management and staff wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.