October 20, 2015

This fall season approached us rapidly this year.

We have some valuable tips to improve and maintain your home this season. 

Fall path

Check the windows

Are your windows leaking? It might be time to get your windows replaced before winter approaches.


Get your furnace inspected

We recommend doing a home energy audit at this point. These professionals can help inspect in detail what needs to improve in your home before the colder season approaches.


Store seasonal furniture away

Just a friendly reminder that this will help prevent the furniture from wearing down.  

Outdoor table and chairs

Invest in a programmable thermostat

If you don’t have one already, this thermostat will end up saving you money.


Clean the gutters

Remove any excess from the gutters and check for any leakage.


Have someone check your roof

First, do a visual inspection to see if you can tell if everything is okay. Next, have a professional check to verify. This can save you some stress in the rainy months. 




All photos by: www.bixabay.com

Written by Veronica Sandoval

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