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Get Ready for Spring and Summer, Inside and Out

Credit: PSECU

*Editor’s note: This year-long series about financial literacy is sponsored by PSECU.

Especially in the northeast, Old Man Winter can really take its toll on your home. Now’s the time to run through our checklist so your home and surrounding spaces are ready for summer fun.


It’s easy to think that springtime home maintenance is only for outdoor projects. There are two indoor tasks, though, you shouldn’t overlook.


Keeping your home in tip-top shape protects its value and can prevent the need for costly repairs. A post-winter look-see will help you spot and take care of small problems before they turn into big ones.

Although we’ve hit on the highlights of spring maintenance, there are a host of other to-dos to get your home and outdoor space ready for a summer of fun. Things like sprucing up your deck or patio area, getting your grill up and running, and inspecting your AC unit should all be part of your annual routine when it’s time to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring.

Get Rewarded for Your Home Maintenance Costs

We’ve got you covered when it comes to paying for maintenance items both large and small. Our Founder’s Rewards Card is perfect for your DIY shopping. You’ll earn 2%* or 1.5% cash rewards on all your home improvement needs. For those larger projects, consider our affordable Home Equity Line of Credit options.

 *You can earn 1.5% cash rewards on purchases. You can earn 2% cash rewards on purchases if you maintain a PSECU checking account and qualifying monthly direct deposit(s) of at least $500. See the Visa® Founder’s Card and Visa® Alumni Rewards Card Rewards Program Terms and Conditions  for full details. 

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