♦ On the first day of autumn, make sure to start prepping your home for cooler temperatures, falling leaves, and those many hours you will spend indoors.
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♦ Make sure to clean out your gutters during the fall season and check for any leaks. Invest in a mesh gutter leaf guard to save time and labor for the future.
♦ Check around skylights, pipes, and chimneys for any leaks or gaps. Heavy snow & ice will find its way in. Have a professional inspect your roof for these issues.
♦ Make sure to check around windows and door frames for cracks. Caulking helps prevent heat from escaping and water from getting in and freezing, create more cracks, and mold build up.
♦ Not properly preparing your home for the winter can become costly. Make sure to turn off exterior water lines and drain any faucets or hoses to prevent water from freezing, cracking, or even bursting your pipes.