A handy, practical resource that makes it easy to keep track of your essential homeowner information for future reference
As a home buyers, you have a million things to deal with. Unfortunately, it's all too easy to overlook some. By prompting you with the right questions, providing fill-in-the-blank spots, and addressing everything from foundation to roof, this helpful journal takes the hassle out of organizing your house files. It offers a single, go-to source for recording everything. From up in the attic to down in the basement, this book highlights more than 25 different areas, making it easy to record information about any size or type of home. Each chapter focuses on a separate room and includes prompts like model number and warranty info on appliances, type and color code of paint, and year and make of roofing materials. Also included are handy sidebars with tips, tricks, and reminders for keeping information up to date and performing regular maintenance. Perfect as a housewarming gift or just as a way to stay organized, New Home Journal is a valuable resource for homeowners who want to take care of their home for years to come.
Laura Agadoni's "New Home Journal: Record all the Repairs, Upgrades and Home Improvements During Your Years at..." is an incredibly useful book, especially for people like me, who have problems keeping track of things. It would be a great housewarming gift, especially for scatter-brained individuals such as myself. It's a great way to keep the information organized.