Fall is the time to prepare for winter—cold and wet conditions not only make you miserable, but they can damage your home. Some winterizing can wait, some can’t. Make a list of what needs to be done and tackle the time-sensitive tasks first. Here’s a simple checklist from the association to help you get a jump on winter. Indoor Winterizing Examine doors and replace weather-stripping as needed. Examine window caulking and reseal where needed. Examine and repair vents where needed (you may find cracked open vents housing birds). Clean chimneys and flues. Remove items near heat vents. Place nonskid runners… Read More »
Are You Ready for Cold Weather?
published: October 14th, 2022 by lgoguet