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5 Tips to Maintain Your Home This Winter

Winter is here, and it's essential to ensure your home is ready for the cold. From preventing pipes from freezing to keeping your gutters clean, a little preparation can go a long way in maintaining your home during the winter months. Here are five tips to help you out:

1. Bring Outdoor Furniture Inside

Once the temperature drops, it's time to bring in any outdoor furniture you don't want to get ruined by the cold weather.

This includes patio furniture, gardening tools, and children's toys.

If you have a storage shed, now is also an excellent time to start storing away any summer equipment you won't need until next year.

2. Check Your Gutters

Leaves and debris can quickly build up in your gutters, which can cause ice dams and other problems.

To avoid this, clean your gutters regularly throughout the fall so they're ready for winter. Consider installing gutter guards to help keep them clean.

3. Protect Your Pipes

Frozen pipes are the most common winter problems. To prevent this, insulate exposed pipes and allow warm air to circulate around them.

It would help if you also opened cabinet doors to allow heat to reach any pipes that run through unheated areas like attics and basements.

If you're going on vacation, be sure to leave the heat on so your pipes don't freeze while you're away.

4. Review Your Heating System

Before the coldest months set in, it's a good idea to have your heating system serviced by a professional.

This will help ensure that it's running efficiently and prevent any unexpected winter breakdowns.

Changing your furnace filter regularly throughout the season is also a good idea.

5. Keep an Eye on Your Roof

Snow and ice can damage your roof, so keeping an eye on it during winter is essential. If you see any signs of leaking or damage, call a professional immediately to fix the problem before it worsens.


Following these simple tips can help maintain your home this winter and avoid costly repairs down the road.

Take some time now to prepare for the colder months ahead and enjoy a worry-free winter by scheduling a winter home inspection with us today:


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