Avoid these easy-to-prevent mistakes that could cost you big time.
You’ve finally settled into your new home.
You’re hanging pictures and pinning ideas for your favorite bath.
But in all your excitement, are you missing something? Now that you’re a bonafide homeowner are there things you should know that you don’t?
Probably so. Here are six mistakes new homeowners often make, and why they’re critically important to avoid.
#1 Not Knowing Where the Main Water Shutoff Valve Is
Water from a burst or broken plumbing pipe can spew dozens of gallons into your home’s interior in a matter of minutes, soaking everything in sight — including drywall, flooring, and valuables. In fact, water damage is one of the most common of all household…