With the onset of the summer heat, many of us find it easier and more relaxing to just stay home instead of joining the throngs of people trying to squeeze all the summer activities that they can into the few weeks of vacation time. Well, there’s no reason that staying home and staying in means that you can’t make the most of the summer, too. Here are three home improvement projects that you can get started on even while you enjoy your summer staycation.
Install new energy-efficient windows.
Summer is definitely the best time for window replacement in Wichita, KS. Installing new energy-efficient windows during the hot season means you can avoid the necessity of doing so during the fall or winter, when the workers are more likely to track mud and slush into your home. Making sure your windows meet the newest standards for energy efficiency means that you’re spending less on keeping your house cool during the hot, humid summer; with the newest replacement windows Topeka, KS, the summer is never as hot or as humid as it could be.
Clean out and check your gutters.
If your home’s gutters are stopped up with debris or have sustained any form of damage then you’re likely going to have a miserable winter. Blocked gutters can cause water to pool and back up, entering your home and causing leaks; similarly, damage to your gutters, in combination with the weight of stopped-up water, can cause damage to your roof that will later result in further damage. To ensure your safety, hire a gutter repair specialist to make sure your gutters are clean, clear and in good working order.
Prepare for winter.
Whatever other work needs to be done on your home, it’s a sure sight that it’ll be much harder to get done once the weather turns cold. Take the time to see what else needs to be done to prepare your home for the cold season and make sure to schedule it now, not when the snows start falling.
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