Kenai Real Estate Homes Should Greet Seasonal Change Fully Prepared

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It seems just yesterday that the beach towels were coming out of the closet—alas! With back-to-school specials ending and Labor Day Weekend upon us, it’s time to admit that summer is just about done for. Whether you’ve just purchased a new property, are sprucing up your Kenai Real Estate home with thoughts of putting it on the market this fall, or are just getting ready for the change of seasons, now is time to take a critical look at your abode as you prepare for cooler temperatures.

Fireplace If you are lucky enough to have a fireplace, it’s unlikely to have gotten much use for quite a while. Now is the time to make sure your fireplace and chimney are clean and free of debris or other buildup (think ‘abandoned bird nest’). If it’s been a few years, calling in a pro to do a clean sweep is probably the best idea.

Carpet or Paint Whether or not you are planning to sell your Kenai Real Estate home, if it’s likely you will be tackling any interior painting, carpet replacement, or major deep-cleaning, handling these projects while the weather is still mild will speed drying and maximize ventilation—making those jobs considerably more pleasant!

Tree Trimming Now is a good time to cut back branches that have overgrown your Kenai Real Estate home’s roof—and one of the last chances to remove defective limbs while they still are easy to spot. Reducing the volume of leaves that will be clogging your roof’s gutters is a side benefit; another is eliminating an inviting pathway for the assortment of rodents who might seek refuge in your home as the temperature drops. 

Yard Cleanup Also on the topic of pests: firewood, ladders, and toys stacked against the house can also attract spiders, mice, and other undesirables. It’s a good time to do an end-of-summer inspection stroll around your Kenai Real Estate home to double-check that the walls are clear of anything that may have been temporarily leaned against them.

Once all is done, you deserve to sit back, relax, and prepare to enjoy some football (that’s what fall is for, isn’t it?). Sweater weather may not be here for a while, but you don’t have to wait until then to call me to discuss any of your Kenai Real Estate home plans! 

Comments (2)

John Pusa
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest - Glendale, CA
Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service

Chris - Thank you for the comprehensive report on Kenai real estate homes should greet seasonal change fully prepared.

Aug 27, 2014 10:53 AM
Rene Fabre
First American Title - Seattle, WA
Marketing in the Digital Age

Hi Chris... It's been about a year since we met. I was in Kenai to teach a social media class, then we later met at a get together at the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage with Terry Bryan, Deb Moore, and other Firstam crew members. Glad to find you here in the Rain!

Wow, I live in a condo, but you're really reminding me of all the things I'd be doing now if I still lived in my last house. Though new windows are on the way soon and then interior paint before October!

Aug 27, 2014 11:09 AM