Such as look for roof leaks before the first winter snow. Preventative maintenance is key.
When the last of summer's heat is a faint memory, and you're pulling out your hoodies more than your shorts, it's time to tackle a few simple chores that'll make winter more pleasant and prevent some nasty surprises next spring.
This Fall Checklist Helps:
#1 Clean and Stow Your Mower
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With the bright sunlight and warm temperatures that accompany summer, you may be spending more time outside — and you may be noticing areas of your home’s exterior that need repair. But there’s more reason to tackle your home maintenance projects this summer than simply cosmetic appearance. Maintaining your home will prevent major leaks and damage that may eventually require professional help, usually when its most expensive and inconvenient for you.
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Fall is typically a great time to tackle home improvement projects as weather is generally dryer and temperatures are more favorable. Before you start your interior and exterior projects, take a look at what you, as a homeowner, can handle. As always, consult with a professional if you are in need of some assistance.
Here is a fall maintenance checklist you may wish to consider:
-Rake leaves and aerate the lawn.
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