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As we say farewell to the sunny days of summer, we welcome the crisp season of fall. Autumn is a great time to prepare for the cold months of winter that lie ahead. Here we provide you with your fall maintenance checklist to make the transition a smooth one. Get your home ready with our top 12 suggested maintenance tips. 

  1. Rake leaves and bag foliage debris with large paper bags from your local hardware store. Drop them off at a municipal “rake and take” program or any farms in the area that want them for their compost piles.
  2. Peek in the attic and examine the underside of the roof’s sheathing for moisture or leaks. Inspect your roof for missing, lose or damaged shingles. Leaks can lead to bigger problems inside of the home.
  3. Clear gutters and downspouts of leaves and other debris. Also, check gutter and downspout alignment to be sure rainwater collects and drains away from the house. Clean gutters prevent rain water overflow which can lead to a leak and damage inside of the home.
  4. Have your furnace inspected and replace your furnace filter. Clogged filters impact the efficiency of your heating system and can cause equipment damage.
  5. Clean grills on forced air system ducts and make sure that there are no obstructions in front of vents. Blocked vents could lead to heat inefficiency and possibly even a fire.
  6. Replace batteries in smoke and CO2 detectors. Working alarms will alert you in the event of an emergency in your home.
  7. Check pipes and faucets for leaks. Leaks can lead to major damage inside of the home.
  8. Service your snow blower, bring out the snow shovels and purchase ice melt. It’s always best to be prepared ahead of the storm!
  9. Drain gasoline and oil from your lawn mower and weed eater. Washing and moving items to storage will add years of life to your equipment.
  10. Roll up and store hoses, insulate outdoor faucets and winterize sprinkler systems. Frozen water can be very destructive, especially when it comes to pipes and hoses.
  11. Check for cracks and gaps around windows and doors. Simple weather stripping can prevent drafts and improve heating efficiency.
  12. Drain your hot water heater. Sediment can clog the pipes and cause problems. Plus, you can improve its efficiency by 50% with this one simple task.
By Admin Wolf Kline

1.  Check your credit report often!  Don’t be surprised when you get denied for a loan because there are things on your credit report that shouldn’t be there.

2.  Keep your spending under control.  Don’t run up or max out your credit cards.

3.  Pay more than just the minimum amount due on your accounts.  This will also save you quite a few dollars in interest over the long term.

4.  Don’t accept every credit card that comes your way.  Accept new credit sparingly.

5.  Stay on top on of your accounts.  Make your payments on time every month.  With online payment options and all sorts of ways to remind yourself with your phone, computer, etc., there is no reason to make late payments or rack up late fees.

By Admin Wolf Kline

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