House Sitting Jupiter FL


Very often homeowners search for House Sitting Services when actually what would be a better fit for their needs, and of more value, would be a professional, accredited, insured and bonded Home Watch Service.

Whether you are seasonal homeowners, frequent travelers, vacation rental homeowners during off season, or anyone who may need their home looked after in their absence, hiring a “live in house sitter” may not be the right choice.

In fact, most of us have no real affinity for a stranger living in our home.  We simply need the peace of mind that the property is being well –cared for in our absence preferably by professionals.

House Sitters are often friends or neighbors without any training or in situations where they are in between residences and they themselves need a place to stay.  A house sitter’s role does not include showing up with a carefully planned out check list for all of your home’s needs.

Some homeowners may have plants or pets that need attention while traveling.  No problem.  At A-Z Home Watch Solutions we have professional and well vetted Pet Care affiliates and, in addition, we can take wonderful care of your plants at each visit.

We encourage you to learn more about A-Z Home Watch Solutions service offerings to see if we fill the bill for all your “house sitting” needs.

Allow us the opportunity to share our professional, insured, bonded and accredited service with you at a free consultation.

Please note the following definitions:

House Sitter – a custodian who lives in and cares for a house while the regular occupant is away

(Usually without an exchange of money)

Custodiankeepersteward – one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals

Home Watch Service – The home watch inspection is the visual inspection of a home to point out obvious issues to prevent possible damage. This is performed on a regular basis with a lengthy checklist in an attempt to mitigate impending situations that could cause the homeowner concern and or serious damage.

One of the most popular items in our home is the air conditioning unit! Year-round high temperatures call for A/C nearly every day, which can create a strain on the unit. To keep your system going, make sure to clean out your condensation line on a schedule. The more we use our unit, the more this pipe will build up with gunk and the more likely that our air handlers will be tripped off. ...

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CONGRATULATIONS to the two winners of our Longboarding Summer contest! Jill and Morgan will each receive a pair of custom etched longboards from Ghost Longboards. Each was so excited to win, and we were excited for them, too. A huge thank you to all who entered! ...

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A-Z Home Watch Solutions

From our Home Watch guru on Florida's west coast- when you leave for the season..turn off the hot water heater and recirculation pump along with circuit breaker. Remember to keep a "To Do List" each season. Hire a professional to guide you with these practices. Thanks Carl!PRO TIP: Water heater recirculation pumps are typically found in larger homes and are used to send hot water to further areas of a house immediately, instead of waiting 5 minutes for the water to heat up. They work great, however, water heater recirculation pumps should be turned off or unplugged when a home is unoccupied/vacant. If you turn off the main water supply to the house, but you accidentally leave the water heater and the recirculation pump on, then you can inadvertently burn out the recirculation pump. This is because they require constant water flow to keep them from over heating. Having a recirculation pump replaced by a plumber can cost $500. That's a $500 mistake that doesn't need to happen. As a best practice, I always just unplug them when conducting my home watch inspections.

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