Winterize your home with these home to dos!

Dated: November 26 2018

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Prep your home for the holidays and cooler weather with this list of home to dos that you’ll be especially thankful for.

Honey-Do List (Inside - Outside) anyone can handle on a weekend.





Your home’s Honey-Do list will make sure your home is ready for the holidays, prepared for colder weather and loved inside and out.

Inside: 1st. Give your living room a refresh – With the holidays ahead, your living room is sure to get plenty of use. Give the space a refresh by changing out the window treatments for a new look.

Inside: 2nd. Pest control – Rodents and other pests are opportunistic and seek warmer environments when the temperatures drop. Be sure that they don’t call your house their home.

Outside: 1st. Clear out the gutters – Avoid drainage problems and damage to your home’s foundation by clearing out the gutters before ice wreaks havoc.

Outside: 2nd. Winterize your home – For most of the country, November is the time when we can no longer deny that the colder weather has settled in. Now is the time to winterize summer tools and appliances like air conditioner units, grills and lawn mowers. Bring garden hoses indoors and check your windows and doors for drafts.



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