1. Make sure to enter your address accurately: Before submitting your address to Google Maps, take a moment to ensure that it is correct and complete. This can include double-checking the spelling, abbreviations, hyphens, and other details of your address.
2. Ensure that Google sees your house number: For maximum accuracy, have your house number visible from the street. This will allow Google to accurately pinpoint your exact location.
3. Submit your address to confirm accuracy: When you enter your address into Google Maps, a confirmation window will pop up to make sure that you entered the correct information. Check this window carefully before confirming that your address is correct.
5. Use an area landmark to locate your house: If you experience difficulty finding your home on Google Maps, use an area landmark as a reference point. This can be anything from a nearby store to a recognizable natural landmark to help pinpoint where your house is located.