Preparing your Home for the Fall Season

  • Make Sure there are working nightlights at the top and bottom of all stairs
  • Check all window and door locks for proper operation
  • Have a heating professional check your heating system every year 
  • Replace your furnace filter 
  • Run all gas-powered lawn equipment until the fuel tank is empty 
  • Have a certified chimney sweep inspect and clean the flues and check your fireplace damper 
  • Remove bird nests from chimney flues and outdoor electrical fixtures 
  • Make sure caulking around doors and windows is adequate to reduce heat/cooling loss

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  1. For people who live in the hot areas, it always appears as if the warmer weather creeps up on you. Not everyone is prepared for the heat, but the best way to avoid the heat and be able to enjoy the activities of every day life is by having a central air conditioner unit. Many people have a hard time when deciding to go with a whole house unit or a window unit. It looks like it’s going to be a hot summer, let me know if you need help selecting a central air conditioning unit!

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