Day: March 19, 2020

Get Your Home Ready for Spring

Spring is around the corner, which means it’s time once again to start putting together your to-do list of home improvement projects for another season. If you don’t maintain a running checklist of things that need to be done around the home throughout the seasons, it may be a good time to start putting one together so you know which projects to tackle once spring has sprung. Here are a few common projects to do around the home to get it ready for nicer weather. 

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Gutters

After a long, hard winter your gutters have likely collected a whole host of dirt and debris. Spring is a great time to consider cleaning or tackling a gutter replacement st louis so they’re ready to go once that spring rain arrives. Neglected gutters can prevent rainwater from properly flowing away from your home, which can cause landscaping and even foundation issues so don’t neglect this important task.

Landscaping

Whether you keep a garden in your backyard or have a professional landscaping job done around your home, chances are after a long, neglected winter your home’s yard is due for some sprucing up. Take time to plan out your yard’s landscaping for the upcoming year and get to work aerating your yard, planting new grass seed, cleaning the debris from your garden, and other common tasks that will make your yard look great come spring. 

Filters, Batteries, and More

In addition to putting in some work on your home’s exterior to make it look nice, you can also focus your energy on indoor tasks as well to get your home ready for warmer weather. Springtime is a great time to check items around your home, such as the batteries in your smoke detectors, the filters in your heating and cooling system are changed out and fresh, and dryer, foundation, and HVAC vents are clean of debris

With these helpful tips, your home will be ready for spring in no time.