Last Updated on July 15, 2019 by Gardens Home Management Services

Chip SollinsMessage From The President

The time is almost here when snowbirds will fly home. Before you leave your home for season, check out some helpful tips below! GHMS is here to help you around your home. From roof inspections to monthly pool service, we are your one stop shop. As always, if there is anything at all that I can do for you, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Chip Sollins

Departing Tips For Season

The time is almost here when snowbirds will fly home! Before you leave your home for season, here are a few things to remember to do before you go! Have the gardener trim all trees and shrubs around your house so we can easily access your water valve and shutters. This will also help prevent a bug issue. Have your A/C serviced prior to your departure? When you are having this service done make sure that all filters have been changed to maximize your A/C. This will help cut down on your electric bill.

Dangers of Working with an Unlicensed Contractor

When you as a homeowner have an unlicensed and/or uninsured contractor/handyman doing work on your property, you put yourself at tremendous financial risk. You run the risk of being subject to anyone, or even all of the following if the contractor is injured while working on your home:

Handyman Service

Looking for someone to handle you “Honey-Do” list? Our handyman services can take care of all your projects! From repairing your garbage disposal to installing your garage door keypad and everything in between. Painting Touch Up. Screen door repairs Molding and trim care. Light fittings and fixtures

HomeWatch Services

After our homewatch inspector has completed your home inspection you will receive a date and time stamped electronic report! Checking alarm systems Checking for pest problems Checking for any damage caused by weather Checking air conditioning systems Checking electrical and plumbing

Rainy Season Is Coming

South Florida’s rainy season brings with it both good and not-so-good elements, and we have to prepare our homes for both. Mid-May through October is considered the rainy season with August and September seeing the highest rainfall. Throughout this timeframe, South Florida normally receives 26.78 inches – that’s 70 percent of an entire year’s rainfall!

Crystal Clear Pool Service

Do you need help this summer making sure your pool is in pristine swimming condition for you and the kids? Weekly Maintenance includes: Vacuum pool as needed, Balance chemicals, Scrub tile line, Clean filter cartridge as needed.  Contact Us Today and learn about our pool service specials for new customers!