Like regular health checks for your body, your home will benefit from a home maintenance plan.
Inspecting and maintaining your home takes time. A Liberty Peace of Mind plan saves you time.
Choose the right Liberty Peace of Mind plan to fit your budget, and save money on all of your maintenance needs.
Liberty Peace of Mind plans are designed to give you as much help as you need so you can enjoy your home without worry.
Liberty Home Maintenance is a subscription plan for your home that takes away the stress that comes from:
Liberty Maintenance Company has the right team to evaluate your home's critical systems, identify potential problems, and save you money and time. Find out how a Liberty Peace of Mind plan will give your home the regular maintenance that it needs.
Liberty performs an interior and exterior home inspection to evaluate your home's health and identify potential issues and concerns.
The Liberty home inspection report provides you with a detailed report containing a scorecard of your home's critical systems and photos of any issues.
Our team will develop the right maintenance program to keep your home operating at it's best so you have more time to do the things that you enjoy.
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The following are frequently asked questions for all Liberty Home Maintenance Services and plans.
Got a clogged sink? Clear your clogged sink by checking the P-Trap.If you look closely at u-shaped pipe extending down from your sink and back up into the wall—that’s your P-trap. Your P-trap is designed to allow water to settle and create a seal that prevents sewer gas from escaping into your house. Every plumbing in your home should have a P-trap. Usually, clearing your clogged drain should be an easy fix - all you need to do is get a bucket, loosen the knot, remove the debris, then catch the water from the drain.
The National Fire Protection Agency reports that electrical fires are the leading type of home fire in the US, where roughly half involve equipment like portable or stationary space heaters. In order to avoid electrical hazards, follow the heater manufacturers’ instructions first! You can also follow these tips below to help reduce your risk of an electrical fire this holiday season.
Many risks are associated with cleaning your gutters, such as slipping, tripping, falling off a wet roof or ladder, and being shocked by electrical wires.Allocating a professional gutter cleaner budget could be a smart investment because more than 164,000 people are injured in falls off of ladders in-home cleaning projects every year. If you decide to take on gutter cleaning yourself, be very careful to scope out hazards such as wet leaves on the roof and exposed electrical wires.