Transitioning Your Whole Home From Fall to Winter
Posted on November 4th, 2021 by Devine Bros
The leaves are changing, the air is crisp, and everything seems a little more festive. The time has come to prepare for your fall to winter whole home transition. Many key factors go into this change, many of which would benefit you greatly to get started on right away.
Here are a few of our most important tips:
Change Your Decorations
We still have a bit more time until winter hits; however, some people like to get festive this early on. If you’re one of those people, now is the time to catch some great early deals on all kinds of decorations and gifts. The sooner you get all your new decor swapped in, the less you need to worry about once winter and December come.
Clean Your Yard
Soon we’ll be seeing blankets of snow lying across our lawns and homes. So, now is the time to clear out fallen leaves. From your gutters, which need to be cleared for melted snow to runoff properly, to using some handy tools to pick up leaves, don’t leave anything to the last minute!
Check Your Air Filters
Your AC has probably been turned off already, but before you kick your heater into full gear, make sure its air filters are clean. This will help you save a ton of energy! If it’s been a while since you last got these replaced, you might want to do so before temperatures really drop.
Schedule Regular HVAC Checkups
Be sure to schedule regular checkups for your heating system with a professional before winter hits. They can check to ensure everything is working properly and that your heat won’t fail on you even on the coldest days. These routine checks are essential, and we encourage you to make the call today!
And we here at Devine Brothers are here to help!
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