With winter finally here, the temperatures across the U.S. are dropping... and it looks like it's going to be a long, cold winter.
As a homeowner, there's a lot of work to do to winterize your home to ensure you don't have any problems with upcoming freezes. In northern states, we've already seen several days' worth of sub-freezing temperatures, and even the southern states have had a few freezing days already.
Hopefully you've already had a chance to take care of many routine winter prep tasks, but if not, it's not too late to start.
There's still time to take simple but important steps to make sure your home doesn't experience any unforeseen problems that can arise as we enter into extended periods of sub-freezing temperatures throughout the winter.
Have you taken care of your roof, your yard and trees, your doors and windows, and your pipes? Have you put together an emergency kit in case of power outages, supply chain issues, or transportation problems?
If you haven't had a chance to take care of everything, it can be a daunting task. We've put together a guide to help simplify the process with easy tips to follow and keep in mind so you can be sure you didn't miss any important steps for properly winterizing your home.
By following the tips outlined in our Freeze Protection Guide, you can be sure that you and your home are ready for the cold winter months ahead. Now is the time to act, so don't wait until it's too late! Take the necessary steps now to protect your home from the damaging effects of freezes.