Prepare Your Home for Colder Days: A Handy Checklist for the Fall

As the temperatures start to dip and the leaves begin to change colors, there are a few things you should do to prepare your home for the winter. Let’s face it, Chicago’s snow and icy temperatures will be here before you know it. Better Homes and Gardens offers a great checklist for homeowners who want to ensure that their house is ready for winter while temperatures are still moderate enough for outdoor work.

In this article, you will find a checklist that includes such important tasks as:

    • Inspect and clean your gutters
    • Seal gaps and cracks around windows and doors
    • Inspect your roof for damage or problems

And much, much more.

Some winter preparation jobs can be done yourself, but others require the assistance of a professional if you want to be certain it is done well.

Baltic Exteriors is the professional to call when if you need:

Contact us now for a free estimate on your home repair job and ensure that your home is fully prepared to face the upcoming winter.

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