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Seal up the Home for the Weather and Insects

Winter is here and the weather is rather brutal. That means a lot of cold and a possibility of pests trying to make your home a warm resting place; both of those are things you definitely don’t want. Not only is it a nuisance on your home, it will also put a nice dent in your wallet for multiple aspects.
In order to prevent this, though, there are a few steps that you will want to take:

  1. Caulking – Be sure that all of the caulking is solid and up to par to prevent the bad weather conditions or pests from taking over your home. You don’t want to have to deal with higher gas or electric bills to combat that cold weather and you certainly don’t want to deal with pests. Make sure all areas that have caulking are done right; if not, do a proper caulking job to secure it.

  2. Weather Strips – In winter, the cold weather can have varying effects on you, your family and your home. Weather stripping will help you seal up and openings that can let in the frosty weather from the outside.

  3. Sealing Doors, Windows and Screens – To fully prevent pests and bad weather from overtaking your home, you will want to be sure to seal up openings, rips, breaks, tears or cracks that your doors, windows and screens may have.

Assuring these precautions are taken care of will go a long way in saving you money and stress when winter weather (and pests) strikes. If you are unsure of how to do these, you can always consult a professional to determine if any issues you encounter can be taken care of with a simple trip to the hardware store, or if you will need the assistance of the professional to get everything done the right way. Either way, caulking and sealing your home correctly is a great idea, especially in the winter time. 

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