This post really caught my eye. I tell buyers all the time about taking care of their new home. maitaining it one of the best things they can do to keep or improve the value of the home. Fall is a great time to catch up on a few jobs you may have put off over the busy summer. Maybe it was so hot and rainy or smokey, but before winter, it would be a great idea to wrap up the house for winter and tackle a few inside jobs.
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As much as I try to pretend it's not happening, summer is quicky turning into fall. The weather is changing, the sun angles are different, and I find myself getting excited about holidays on the horizon.
Seasons change. It's a constant in life. You have to be able to adapt to the changing seasons to be successful and happy.
With each season, there are opportunities that are perfectly suited for it. And the same goes with home repair and improvements.
There's no sense in fighting the weather. Or being stressed about needing to get something done ASAP.
That's why we should work with the seasons when improving and renovating homes.
- Fall: Caulk your Windows
- Winter: Interior Painting
- Spring: Laying new floors
- Summer: Roof repairs
Here's more perfect home improvement projects for each season. Do you have any on your list?