Autumn 2015 Homeowner eNewsletter

Happy ThanksgivingHappy Thanksgiving!

From our table to yours… we thank you for your continued support and wish you many blessings this holiday season!

With the holidays around the corner, you will want your home to be looking and functioning its best for entertaining.  Below are a few suggestions, and as always, getting any of these items checked off your list takes just a phone call to your TotalCare home engineer.

Spring 2015 Homeowner eNewsletter

Sweet April Showers Do Spring May Flowers!

April showers not only bring us beautiful May flowers but also flooded gutters. Please make sure to have your gutters cleaned from all debris so they are functioning properly. If you have not already, make sure to have your Home Engineer schedule this recommended service for you.

February 2014 Homeowner eNewsletter

Sweet Valentine’s Day Home Maintenance Tips

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and LOVE is in the air! When planning that special evening don’t forget to be sweet to your home too! Here are some tips you can use to show your house it is close to your heart:


**Give your Oven some Lovin’**

Are you cooking dinner for two on the 14th? If your kitchen appliances are in need of cleaning be sure to let your field engineer know so we can schedule our preferred vendor to bring your appliances back to life. 

December 2013 Homeowner eNewsletter

Happy Holidays!!

All of us here at TotalCare Orlando would like to wish you and your family a most joyful Holiday Season!!

It’s that time of year we would also like to thank you for being a part of our family and entrusting us with the care and health of your home.

We look forward to another great year ahead, as we continue to grow and find new and innovative ways to keep your home looking beautiful and running smoothly!

October 2013 Homeowner eNewsletter

Welcome OCTOBER! and all the Cooler Days Ahead!

October Can Be SCARY Too…

Creaking and Popping in the Night

The many materials that make up your house — wood framing, plywood, glass, metal ducts, nails ,plumbing pipes — all expand and contract at different rates.
When a house cools at night, these materials may move slightly, rubbing against each other and making noises. Occasionally, they’ll contract with an audible pop.