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Winterizing your home

Tupper Briggs

Tupper began his real estate career in 1973 and has earned every accolade from the National Association of Realtors available over the years...

Tupper began his real estate career in 1973 and has earned every accolade from the National Association of Realtors available over the years...

Nov 19 2 minutes read

You can take many steps to winterize your home and help ward against personal injury and financial disaster. As temperatures begin to dip, your home will require maintenance to keep it in optimum shape throughout the season. From the furnace to the gutters to the landscaping and many places in between, winterizing helps protect your investment while keeping you comfortable.

It is important to take a few preventative measures to protect your home through the chilly months. Winterizing is generally a task that can be done relatively inexpensively, but will make a big difference in how comfortable your home is, and could end up saving you money on energy bills, too. In fact, many very effective home weatherproofing jobs are something that homeowners can complete without professional help. 

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