If you own your home, now is the time to complete your fall maintenance tasks to ensure your house is ready for the winter. It’s important to stay on top of things so that they don’t end up costly problems down the road! Did you know if you don’t turn the water off to your outdoor hoses AND drain them out, they can freeze and explode during the winter? Take it from me, that’s not a fun problem to have!
Preparing your yard for winter also helps save headaches in the spring– if you keep your gardens and lawn free of leaves, you won’t end up having to clean up soggy leaves when the snow melts.
Here are the steps that I follow every fall to make sure my home is ready for the changing seasons.
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This year, I wanted to update my patio with new furniture that gave more comfortable seating and was just better looking than the old bistro table that I used to have. I found a really good deal on a Opal House chair set from Target that had a fun boho vibe. The set was also great because it came with cushions and pillows for the chairs. After getting the new set, I decided to redesign all of my outdoor living space to fit with the boho look!
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Owning a home is practically a full time job in itself. I often joke that I work harder on the weekends than I do during the work week just working on my house. But, a little maintenance every week can help save you from a costly problem down the road. I’ve compiled a list of must-do activities, by season to help you stay up to date on basic home maintenance.
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