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Fall Home Maintenance Safety Tips
Autumn home maintenance projects, such as cleaning gutters and checking your heating system, help you prepare for winter weather.
Procrastinating with gutter cleaning can be damaging, so follow these steps to get water running freely.
Wondering what not to store in the garage? Some items might surprise you. Learn more about what can stay and what should be stored elsewhere.
You've got a big mess, but before you set the power washer to blast take time to learn a few tips that might help prevent damage to what you are washing.
A backyard gas fire pit burns cleaner and is potentially safer than a wood burning fire pit as long as you follow a few safety tips for outdoor gas fire pits.
Look at these tips to save money on winter energy expenses and help winterize your home wherever you live.
How to keep your home warm in extreme cold
Home winterization tips for snowbirds to help prevent damage and theft to your property while you are away.
Winterizing your home to protect against snow and below-freezing temps can help your home withstand the ups, downs and erratic moods of Mother Nature.
Steps you might take to keep your pipes from turning frigid nights into inconvenient, and expensive ordeals.
Too much snow on your roof can cause structural damage. Ice dams can form and also puts excess weight on your roof. Learn when and how to clear it safely.
You can't stop spring showers, but you can prepare your home and surroundings for thunderstorms, severe winds and more.
Get ready for spring by adding these indoor and outdoor tasks to your routine.
We’ve gathered intel from top cleaning professionals to help you tackle your spring cleaning to-do list.
Getting your home’s exterior and yard into shape after winter can help your home look its best. Learn more about staying safe while tackling spring yard cleanup.
These spring-cleaning tips can help reduce the risk of accidents and injuries while you are spring cleaning your home, inside and out.
Reduce sewer or drain losses in your basement by checking drainage, reducing backflow, and installing a sump pump.
It may be vacation time, but it's also the right time for these home repairs and fixes.
What goes into the cost of a new roof? Here's how to evaluate materials and find the right contractor.
High humidity is uncomfortable and threatens your home's structure and surfaces.
Weather conditions can weaken or destroy your roof system. Impact-resistant shingles can help.
Shady contractors and home repair scams can cost you. Discover tips to protect yourself from repair scams by learning how to spot home repair fraud.
Protect your home by eliminating excess moisture before it causes major damage. These tips from State Farm® on moisture resistance can help.
From mold on the roof to missing shingles, learn how to find roof leaks and know what to do.
Before jumping into a home or apartment project, weigh the pros and cons of a DIY approach vs. hiring a pro.
Regular upkeep of all of your home’s appliances and big systems is a must-do that ensures these investments work well and have long, productive lives.
Not sure what to put under the kitchen sink? Try these under sink organizer ideas.
Indoor air quality can be worse than outdoor. So learn what to do about air pollutants.
Installing the best door lock for your home provides a solid first line of protection.
Finished and unfinished basement storage can be tricky. Follow a few rules to make sure you keep the right things in your home’s lower level.
Excessive snow on the roof, attic condensation, and ice buildup can cause roof damage, water damage and personal injury.
Wireless-enabled components and real-time monitoring are just a few of the updates changing home security systems. Whether you DIY yours or hire a pro install, here are a few terms and considerations.
A quick and dirty laundry room safety list.
Before cold weather comes, take time to insulate your home or apartment to keep the winter chill outside.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm® (including State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and its subsidiaries and affiliates). While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. State Farm is not responsible for, and does not endorse or approve, either implicitly or explicitly, the content of any third party sites that might be hyperlinked from this page. The information is not intended to replace manuals, instructions or information provided by a manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional, or to affect coverage under any applicable insurance policy. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.