Don’t Let Your Wolverton Home “Fall” Through the Cracks
Here are some simple tips to keep your Wolverton Home in top condition as the weather gets colder:
Prepare Your Furnace for the Upcoming Cold Weather.
Make sure that your furnace is in good condition. Keeping your filter clean will not only make your furnace more efficient, but will also keep the air in your home clean and your heating bills low.
Clean Out Your Gutters and Downspouts
This will reduce your chances of leaks resulting in damage to your ceilings and walls. Once leaves are cleared from your gutters, make sure that all debris is washed away by spraying water down your downspouts. Always remember to use caution when working on a ladder or on the roof.
Check Your Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
To test your detectors, press the “test” button and make sure that if the batteries need changed, that they are changed at the same time.
Run the Fuel Out of All Gas Powered Lawn Equipment.
Leaving fuel in your tank all winter will not only result in unnecessary flammable liquid in your garage, but also a hard to start piece of equipment come spring.
Make Sure Your Sprinkler System is Blown Out
Blowing your sprinklers out before cold weather hits is necessary to keep a fine tuned sprinkler system. Without the proper maintenance, cracks in the sprinkler line can occur causing a headache for the following year.