Bedroom Maintenance

By Room

The bedroom is the most personal room in the house. Within the bedroom is stored all of the personal items that the resident wants to be close to him. The closet can store many years of clothing and personal items. Planning maintenance for the room that stores these personal items is just good practice.

A closet can be anything from a bare rod to a fabulous, custom-made walk-in. Regardless of your situation, you need to maintain the integrity of your space. After years of holding up many pounds of clothing, a bare rod may splinter or break. A custom closet may have issues with drawers that won’t open or won’t close. Doors may start to sag on hinges. If any of these problems occur, The Homestar Group can repair or replace the failing component.

If you enjoy sleeping under a ceiling fan, you may find that your rest is disturbed if your fan malfunctions. Grinding and buzzing noises from the ceiling fan can disrupt your sleep but they can also warn you of an impending departure from the ceiling. The spinning of the ceiling fan can, over time, cause the fasteners to wear out with the possible effect of total failure with the fan detaching from the ceiling. With a Homestar Group inspection, any hint of wobbling will be caught and rectified.

The bedroom may afford a beautiful view out of the windows but the residents should be aware that the beautiful view could come at a cost if the windows have not been maintained properly. Gaps around the window and failed seals can result in airflow from the outdoors. `Checking for weather stripping failure and weather-caused warping of the windows can result in higher energy efficiency and lower heating and air conditioning costs.