Winter Checklist For Your Home

With the sudden spike in cold temperatures we’ve seen in the Denver metro area lately, it is important to make sure you have your bases covered in terms of protecting your new home.


Keep reading to discover the winter checklist for your home all new homeowners should be paying attention to.

 

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Inside:

The first step on your winter checklist should be checking your heating system. To ensure that your stay warm and toasty this winter, make sure your heating system is functioning properly.

Make sure your sprinklers are turned off, and your pipes are set for the cold temperatures. Frozen pipes are the last issue that anyone wants to be struggling with in freezing temperatures.

Finally, in case of emergency, the CDC recommends that you keep certain foods and supplies stored in your home. Click here to find out more.

 

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Outside:

You’ll need a snow-shovel! Make sure that you don’t get stuck inside this winter, and keep a sturdy, reliable snow shovel is absolutely in your garage or storage closet.

Be sure to include de-icing agents such as salt and gravel on your next shopping list!

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