4 Ways To Transition Your Home From Spring to Summer

Posted on June 15th, 2020 by Devine Bros

Although spring is leaving soon, summer is still a beautiful season to look forward to. It brings warmer and longer days, and fun in the sun! However, that increase in heat might not always be the best change for your home. That’s why it’s important to prepare your house for the transition now, before any further damage is done:

1. HVAC Checkup 

You know just how hard your heat works in the winter, and your A/C is  about to do the same this summer. That’s where regular maintenance comes in! A professional can check your system from top to bottom to ensure that no little issues go unnoticed, and become big costly ones. They’ll even clean and update your air filters, for optimal clean air. 

2. Seal Vulnerable Areas

In order to keep the cool air in and the hot air out, you should make sure that any vulnerable areas in your home are sealed properly. This includes windows and doors, both spots where air can leak in and out of if not fastened correctly. Plus, it will help you save energy since your air conditioner won’t have to overwork itself! 

3. Decorate To Match

Of course flowers are still in style for summer, but there are better options for decorating your home this season! Consider some adorable shell decor for inside your home and beach themed accents. As for outdoors, try investing in some new furniture to spice up the look of your backyard and bring life back into it! 

4. Add More Greenery

Spring may have been the time for colorful flowers, but summer is the season of green. To match the beautiful green trees outside, add some greenery to the inside of your home. From some simple ficus to larger fiddle leaf figs. Invest in some green plants, both small and large, and you’ll be able to bring summer inside while avoiding the intense heat. 

Helping Norwalk homeowners improve their lives at home is something Devine Brothers has been providing to their customers for over 100 years! If you’re interested in learning more about our service or need supplies, make sure to get in contact with us today! For more tips & tricks, make sure to like us on Facebook!

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