These fall-readiness guides will get your home primed for the cold in no time, from the roofing shingles to the winter garden.
The coming of autumn is characterized by Reds, Yellows, Browns, Witches and Goblins. It’s necessary to brace for the pressure colder weather will bring on your home as we head into the winter months. These posts will help sharpen your talents, from the snow blower to the roofing shingles, across inspection hot-points!
Having the roof up close and personal
Maybe your primary and strongest line of protection is your Austin roof against the harsh winter weather. The roof canopy that’s responsible for top-down security of your house. To better manage the fine points about ensuring that you are roof-ready, the Austin Roofers at Texas Energy Experts have put together a one-stop guide. Check out our ‘Get Your Roof Fit for Winter’ guide.
Season Planning, Inside-Out
In the ice, overflowing pipes and seized-up hoses will offer disgusting surprises. Start with our friends at Porch.com with this helpful indoor / outdoor October Maintenance guide to get your home plumbing, heating and utilities, as well as your winter appliances and equipment, prepared for the cold!
Airflow, ducts and tune-up for the furnace
Perhaps the only thing worse than the tapping-out snow blower under Old Man Winter’s weight is that the heater goes with it. Angie ‘s List offers some outstanding insight into making the furnace savvy and the costs that could be involved. Follow-up on how to search and clean your air ducts with this fantastic item, so you can ensure your warm air keeps flowing!
While for the next few months it may be coated in sleet, snow or torrential rain, there is no reason to leave your home garden and landscaping. We’re calling Homestars.com, complete with glossary and words for the greenest of thumbs, about their outstanding pre-winter gardening advice.
Outdoor treatments and home preventive care
Be careful to remove debris from window wells before getting the fall clean to your home and inspect the outside of the base for cracks and holes where snow and heavy rain will cause issues.
If you are looking for help to tune up your Austin roof for winter then call the team at Texas Energy Experts today!