Keeping Watch is located in Petoskey Michigan and services Harbor Springs, Walloon Lake, Indian River, Burt Lake, Alanson, Douglas Lake and Mullet Lake.
Petoskey, Michigan is a special place. Owning a home in Petoskey is a treasure. Keeping your treasure safe, secure and maintained while you are away can sometimes be challenging. Leaving your home unoccupied, whether you are a Snowbird, Vacationer, Executive who travels on business or just leaving for several weeks or months, can bring added anxiety and concerns to your life. Perhaps you have rental homes sitting unoccupied waiting for renters or you have vacant homes for sale waiting for a buyer.
Unoccupied homes are breeding grounds for problems. In winter, extreme cold, severe winds, heavy snow, along with flooding, burst pipes, vandalism and animal intrusion can occur. The summer season brings its own issues. Whatever the reason, for whatever period of time or season your home may be unoccupied or vacant, you need to trust your home to a licensed, professional Home Watch company that will keep watch over your home when you cannot be there yourself.
Keeping Watch is a licensed Home Watch company that will be your eyes and ears while you are away. A Home Watch company provides a visual inspection of your home or property looking for obvious issues. Keeping Watch has the expertise to discover incidents, which can occur in a vacant home, and respond and resolve them before they become major disasters.
Keeping Watch will provide you with peace of mind by keeping a watchful eye on your home while you are away. Step away from your home knowing we will be your eyes and ears as we do a regularly scheduled visual inspection of your home and/or property looking for obvious issues. We will ensure your home and property remain secure and all systems functioning properly during your absence.
Keeping Watch LLC is a licensed, bonded and insured home watch company serving Petoskey, Michigan, and the surrounding area.
Home Watch is defined as “A visual inspection of a home or property, looking for obvious issues.”