LakewoodAlive to Host “Knowing Your Home: Home Maintenance” Workshop On November 7

LakewoodAlive will host "Knowing Your Home: Home Maintenance" on November 7.

More than 80 percent of all homes in our city were built before 1935. Our aging housing stock has a lot of charm and character, but with that comes the potential for higher costs for repairs and improvements.

LakewoodAlive will host Knowing Your Home: Home Maintenance on Thursday, November 7, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Clock Electric (1624 Coutant Avenue). The 15th workshop of 2019 for this popular home maintenance educational series will focus on the must-do home maintenance tasks that homeowners – especially those with 80 to 100+ year-old homes – should make a priority in order to prevent major repair issues down the road.

This workshop will outline a yearly home maintenance schedule for homeowners to undertake. By properly tracking home maintenance tasks and implementing preventative home maintenance measures, homeowners can gain the knowledge and confidence they need to better anticipate and address future home repairs before they become problematic.

With our society becoming increasingly digital, this workshop will devote time to covering websites and apps that can be used to store all home repair information in one convenient place, making life easier for homeowners.

To reserve your free spot for “Knowing Your Home: Home Maintenance,” visit or call 216-521-0655. 

Now in its sixth year, LakewoodAlive’s “Knowing Your Home” series draws hundreds of attendees annually. Our workshop series is generously supported by: Citizens Bank, City of Lakewood, Cleveland Lumber Company and First Federal Lakewood.

In lieu of charging for these events, we are asking participants to consider either making a donation to LakewoodAlive or bringing canned foods or other non-perishable items for donation to the Lakewood Community Services Center. We appreciate your support.

Matt Bixenstine

I am the Marketing & Development Manager for LakewoodAlive. I enjoy all things Lakewood, especially walking my basset hound through Madison Park.

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