Fall is now here, and Winter is just around the corner. Adjustments for your home are best done during the Fall season before the breezes fully in. We’re here to help you save some money and prevent replacing expensive equipment next Spring.
2. Cleaning your air conditioning and heating units.
This promotes healthier air in your home. On average, this should be done twice a year: spring and fall. This can be a DIY (Do It Yourself) project, or a professional could be called in.
3. Check your fireplace.
If you have a fireplace, it might be a good idea to check on it before it gets too cold. Give it a test run, make sure everything is in order. The last thing you’d want to do on December 24th is climb the chimney to do handy work.
4. Clean your water heater.
Hot water showers= VERY IMPORTANT IN THE WINTER. Make sure your water heaters are clean from any build-ups. You can drain the water to get rid of those build-ups. Consult a professional, if needed.
5. Store away your hose.
Any garden hose left lying around are vulnerable to freezing and cracking. By simply remembering to store this away from open-air saves you money for a new one in the spring season.
6. Roof check.
Now that everything is taken care of downstairs, look up! Make sure there aren’t any missing shingles or holes. Also, remember to clear out the gutters!