Maintaining a home is a year-round job, so it’s a good idea to spread out the work into smaller chore lists you can tackle at the start of each season.
We call it the 4 Seasons of Home Ownership.
The fall is also a good time to install any storm windows and doors for extra protection from the cooler weather and snowstorms that will come soon enough.
This is also a great time to check the weatherstripping around your home’s windows and doors. If any is damaged, replace it now before it becomes too cold and uncomfortable to do so later.
Grass stops growing as the weather cools down to about 50 degrees Fahrenheit. So, you’ll need to drain the lawnmower’s gas, tune up the engine and sharpen the blade.
But you won’t have to do any of this alone. We’re here with how-to guides and advice, to help!
You’ll find the list with all of these chores, and a few more ideas for fall, at Todayshomeowner.com/4seasons.
Download the list today and make this fall a great one at your house.