June Home Maintenance To-Do List

Danny Lipford in yard with hose.

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June marks the beginning of summer, making it a perfect time to take care of those nagging home cleaning and repair chores before the heat becomes too much.

This month’s home maintenance to-do list includes cleaning chores—from grills and ceiling fans to dryer vents and removing mold—along with simple air conditioner maintenance and getting your sprinkler system ready for the hot weather ahead.

Read on to find out more.

12 COMMENTS

  1. Yes,a lot of things need to get done this spring/summer. How do you get rid of snakes? We have regular garden snakes and a copperhead (I think). Garden snakes do not bother me, it is the poisonous ones that scare me. Midwest region (like Kansas City).

  2. common black snakes are not poisonous and will kill and eat copperheads. if you have a black snake, let him be, he will get rid of the copperhead in due time. Keep a hoe or shovel handy and don’t go out barefooted until you get rid of the copperhead. they are born fully venimous and ready to bite.

  3. I am really pleased with the results you folks have gotten from the GENREC Powerwasher you folks have used on the show to cleaner concrete patios and sidewalks. I was wondering what model or size are you using. I would like to purchase the same unit. HomeDepot here in the Carolina’s do not carry them in the store. You have to order them online. Can you please share the information on the model you are using on the show. Love the show!

    Thanks

    Tom Przybyl
    Wake Forest,NC

  4. Great list Danny, but I’m worn out thinking about all that work. One easier tip that works for me is regarding cleaning the BBQ grate. If you have access to a pressure washer it will do a great job on your grate and even the grill interior. It is quick and easy with no scrubbing or harsh chemicals. Just be sure to do it somewhere that the greasy debris won’t do any harm. Have a great summer everyone!

  5. You were helpful with my past problem.( Patching water damage on log cabin)
    Nest question
    I need to sand my floor, I will rent a sander. but
    what kind of sand paper?
    I have heard you use a screen?
    any tips?
    sammy

  6. Started my house cleaning projects inside and out. All the things I have to do will take until the end of summer or maybe longer. I started with all my blinds . 12 of them!!! Then inside Windows before I put blinds back up. That took a few days. Now I’m working on the yard. Cut grass today about an acre. Cleaned out chicken coop and picked up a lot of branches.Now in ready for a nap. I still have a list a mile long of stuff to do. I try to do a little every day.

  7. Whey, I got off easily this month as I only have the dryer vent to clean out. I try to do after winter over because as soon as nice weather arrives I hang my laundry out (except for towels as I’m
    Ike those soft!) to save on electric costs. All of the other to do items aren’t for me; not fortunate enough to have indoor air conditioning or sprinkler systems. Really…!! I guess I’ll consider myself lucky and get back in the vegetable garden!

  8. I do all of these on a weekly or monthly basis all the time except the dryer vent, for whatever reason my husband sealed our around the brick so all I can do is clean the inside out

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