Start Preparing Your Home for Fall Now

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With summer more than halfway over, it’s time to start thinking about the cooler months ahead. Follow these tips to get a jump start on preparing your home for fall.

1. Clean the rain gutters – While you were out hiking, swimming and boating this summer, leaves, dirt and debris have built up in your rain gutter and downspouts. When fall approaches and the leaves start to fall, this buildup will only progress. If not cleaned out, your gutters will become clogged, and your drainage system will no longer work properly. After cleaning the gutters and drains, pour water down the system to ensure there are no clogs.

2. Light the way – Along with fall comes less daylight. Soon it will be dark when you come home from work. Outdoor lights add safety and security to your home, while also enhancing the curb appeal. Use energy saving outdoor lights to illuminate outdoor walkways and porches.

3. Make sure your home is properly insulated – With the cooler weather approaching, you want to check your home’s air ducts to ensure they are properly sealed and insulated. Insulated ducts will lock in heat and prevent cold air and moisture from entering your home. This will not only enhance the comfort and efficiency of your heating system, but also it will save you money on your energy bills.

4. Check your heating system – Many people in North Carolina wait until fall to check their heating system. As a result, heating repair companies in Charlotte may receive a lot of calls for repairs and maintenance, so it may take longer for a technician to get out to your system.  Avoid this problem by checking your heating system now, and hiring a professional heating repair company for a routine heating system inspection.

Real Cool HVAC is a leading heating repair company in Charlotte. Contact us today for a routine inspection of your heating system.

 

 

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