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Posted on Mar 24th, 2019
Below is a simple checklist to ensure that your indoor and outdoor areas are in top-notch shape for the changing of the seasons:
 
Indoor Maintenance
  • Clean or replace your filters. A dirty filter can lower the efficiency of your home’s HVAC system. If the filter is reusable, remove it, wash down with a hose and then re-insert. Otherwise, you’ll want to replace it with a new one.
  • Test your air conditioning system. If you wait until the first hot day of the season day to check it and have a problem, you’ll probably be waiting quite a while to have it serviced!
  • Check caulking around all doors and windows. Improper caulking allows for moisture to get inside your home.
  • This is also the perfect time to wash/clean all windows and replace torn or damaged screens as necessary.
  • Test smoke and fire alarms, replacing batteries and cleaning dust from the covers.
 
Outdoor Maintenance
  • You can use binoculars to check for possible damage to the roof. Look for missing, cracked or broken shingles and make note of any needed repairs. For safety reasons, you may want to consider hiring a qualified professional to take care of any repair work that needs to be done.
  • Clean gutters and downspouts and make sure they are directing water away from the house.
  • Cut back tree limbs and shrubs growing within five feet of the house or that are brushing up against the roof. You will create better ventilation, help dry out surfaces and prevent possible damage.
  • Check for and repair cracks in driveway/sidewalk. Spring is the best time to seal cracks in the driveway or any other concrete.
  • Pressures-wash your house and deck/patio and bring outdoor furniture out of storage.
 
By taking the time to prepare your home for spring, you’ll be able to focus more on enjoying outdoor activities, longer days and mild weather and less on household fixes and repairs.
Plano Election for Four Council Members
Posted on Feb 3rd, 2019
The signs are up!   The next election for Plano council members is on May 4, 2019.  All places are elected "at large".    Here is the link to the Plano Government website that will tell you more about it.   http://www.plano.gov/312/Elections

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Parking Request: The Preston Springs HOA Board would like to pass on a request from city officials asking homeowners to please park their cars in the garage or on the back driveway when possible.  Emergency vehicles have a difficult time navigating our streets with cars parked in front, especially at night and when two cars are parked directly opposite each other.  Response times increase and property and/or lives could be in danger when our neighborhood streets are congested.
Thank you for your consideration.
 
Pets:  Pet owners please "Doo The Right Thing" - it's the law! According to city ordinance pet owners must pick up their pet's waste (unless it occurs on their own property); and pet owners must visibly have materials (bags) ready to pick up after their pet. Please visit the City of Plano's Code of Ordinances for more information.