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OurServices for only $1.36 per day

New Jersey Maintenance Club has two levels of service to fit your budget and your home maintenance needs!

           Site visits 3 times per year:

Before each visit you will receive a notification that your technician will be arriving shortly.

When he arrives our professional technician will perform the following white glove services and inspections:

  • Supply and Change 1 ac filter       

  • Pull Refrigerator and clean compressor and coils of refrigerator twice per year (1)  

  • Check and change batteries as needed in Smokes/ Carbon monoxide   

  • Flush hot water heater for sediment (once per year)  

  • Cover AC condensers (with Provided Cover) Covers extra (once per year)

  • Cover Hose Bibs (with provided Cover) (once per year – Covers extra

  • Clean range hood filters (once per year)

  • Test garage door auto-reverse feature

  • Change Lightbulbs as necessary including hard to reach areas

  • Add Salt to water softener as needed (salt extra)

  • Test Pressure relief Valve on Hot water heater


  1. Inspect Dryer Vent (leading cause of fire) and washer/dryer connections

  2. Siding/Roof inspection - Inspect attic vents for proper flow or Damage, Inspect Siding, Gutters and downspouts, Inspect eaves, soffits, Ridge/Roof penetrations

  3. Check GFI outlets for shorts and proper function

  4. Inspect Hot Water heater for damage and wear

  5. Inspect and Test sump pump

  6. Inspect Garbage disposal for proper operation

  7. Inspect exterior door locks for proper operation

  8. Inspect bathroom exhaust fans

  9. Inspect perimeter of home for standing water and grading issues

  10. Inspect Electrical Panel for visual defects

  11. Inspect foundation for visual defects, settling, cracks

  12. Inspect Fire Extinguishers for proper Dates

All above services for only $499.00

if paid in full a 10% discount

Join the club for the same as a cup of coffee only $1.36 per day

3 onsite visits per year – 

Per year billed monthly

  • Inspect Dryer Vent (leading cause of fire)

  • Roof inspection

  • Eaves, soffits, Ridge, Roof penetrations, Chimneys for damage or wear

  • Check Outlets for Shorts

  • Inspect attic fans for proper operation and settings

  • Inspect attic vents for proper flow or Damage

  • Inspect bathroom exhaust fans 

  • Inspect Gutters and downspouts

  • Inspect Drainage standing water 

  • Inspect and Test Sump pump

  • Inspect Visible Gas Lines

  • Inspect Fire extinguishers - provided for a fee, installation extra

  • Inspect Foundation for Cracks or Damage

  • Inspect air flow around windows/doors

Emergency Service Call $100.00 Plus T and M 

Yearly home safety report included with repair and action recommendations

Affiliates to provide pricing perform additional services as requested – (Start to finish home improvements, RNM construction)




The New Jersey Maintenance Club #3930337

12 Point Visual inspection and action recommendations EACH VISIT

Bi annual Visual inspection and action recommendations 

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Our Service Packages

The New Jersey Maintenance Club #3930337

Complete Package
Life Safety Services
Starting at
$39.00 per Month

  • includes everything in the basic package

  • Supply and change furnace filter (1 - standard thickness)

  • Change batteries and test hard wired smoke/CO detectors (up to 8)

  • Perform the 12 point inspection annually

  • Change furnace humidifier panel (panel additional)

  • Clean furnace condensate trap

  • Change refrigerator water filter (filter additional)

  • Test garage door auto reverse feature and lube springs

  • Clean refrigerator compressor and coils (once annually)

  • Clean range hood filters (once annually)

  • Clean bathroom vent covers (once annually)

  • Clean A/C condenser coils (once annually)

  • Cover AC unit Unit and/or outdoor spigots   (covers additional)

  • Add salt to water softener (salt additional)

  • Change standard light bulbs as required (bulbs additional)

The New Jersey Maintenance Club #3930337

Basic Package
Life Safety Services
Starting at $21.99 per Month

  • Supply and change furnace filter    (1 - standard thickness)

  • Change batteries and test hard wired smoke/CO detectors (up to 4)

  • Perform the 12 point inspection annually

Service Package

  • Prolong the life of your investments

  • Furnace ,ac, refrigerator range hood. Water softener , sump pump, water heater, attic fans etc

Benefits of life safety & routine maintenance 

  • What are Benefits Of Changing Your HVAC Air Filter?

  • Changing your air filter will result in noticeable changes within your home. Here are some quick benefits of changing your HVAC air filter:

  • Healthier indoor air free of dust, pollen, allergens and other contaminants

  • Increased efficiency (and money savings) because your HVAC system isn’t working twice as hard with slowed down air flow requiring more energy and electricity.

  • Increased longevity of your HVAC system. The interior of your system will also remain clean, keeping buildup from leading to expensive maintenance or system failure.

  • It’s environmentally-friendly, because if your system is working harder through slowed air flow and a clogged filter, it uses more energy, electricity and more greenhouse gases are produced.

Benefits of regularly changing air filters

  • Facts and figures about smoke alarms

  • In 2012-2016, smoke alarms sounded in more than half (53%) of the home fires reported to U.S. fire departments.

  • Almost three of every five home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms (40%) or no working smoke alarms (17%).

  • No smoke alarms were present in two out of every five (40%) home fire deaths.  

  • The death rate per 1,000 reported home fires was more than twice as high in homes that did not have any working smoke alarms compared to the rate in homes with working smoke alarms (12.3 deaths vs. 5.7 deaths per 1,000 fires).

  • In fires in which the smoke alarms were present but did not operate, more than two of every five (43%) of the smoke alarms had missing or disconnected batteries. 

  • Dead batteries caused one-quarter (25%) of the smoke alarm failures.

  • Source: NFPA's "Smoke Alarms in U.S. Home Fires" report

Benefits of routine maintenance of smoke detectors

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