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Spring Home Checklist

Spring is here and we’re ready for it! Is your home? The weather is getting warmer and it’s time to give your home its seasonal checkup. Keeping up with home maintenance can be overwhelming, so we’ve put together a list to help you keep your home in order this Spring.

The change of seasons brings a change of household chores. There are a few important things to think about when the cold months come sweeping in. We are quickly approaching the winter solstice even though it has felt like winter for the past few weeks and it that means time to get your house ready for the cold! Keep reading to learn more about what your home needs this season.

1. Tree Limbs

They are calling for a wet and snowy winter this year. Make sure your trees are trimmed and there aren’t any limbs hanging through powerlines or over your home to avoid damage!

2. Prepare your mudroom

Pull those winter coats out of storage and place them right in the coat closet. Prep your mudroom for those snowy days. Looking to add some more shelving and storage to your existing mudroom or creating a whole new addition? Give us a call!

3. Decorate!

It’s the holidays, time to deck the halls and trim the tree. Using fresh pine branches in your decor will add a wonderful smell to your home. Don’t want to fuss with shedding pine needles, artificial trees and garland are great substitutes for the real thing.

4. Check your windows and doors

During the colder months, you will want to make sure all windows and doors are sealed. This will keep your home warmer and keep your energy costs down.

5. Start planning new projects

This season is a great time to start planning your spring projects. Give us a call and we can help you create a vision that fits your budget!

While the winter months can be long it is also a great season to enjoy time with your family and loved ones. We hope you have a very happy holiday and a healthy New Year!