Winter maintenance

The holiday season is winding down for another year. Some unwrapped presents that they wanted and others have items that they can re-gift for 2016. Just make sure you remember who you received the ugly sweater from so that you do not give it back to them next year. Above all, I hope that everyone was able to enjoy time with friends and family. 

Now that the temperatures have dropped and the ground is covered in snow, cabin fever will be setting in. I could not think of  a better time to work on a few winter maintenance items. 

Heating system

They don't build them like they used to.

I often hear people say, "They don't build them like they used to", when referring to older homes. I completely agree with this statement, both good and bad.  

Is your home ready for winter?

As we start to think about how we are going to decorate for the holidays, we also need to remember that your home is also ready for some basic fall and winter preventive maintenance. So before we go into full Griswold mode, lets take a look at a few things that will help prevent costly repairs and also enhance safety. 

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