Spring can’t come soon enough in Bath, Pennsylvania, but while you wait you can start preparing your home. Even if there is still snow on the ground, it’s not too early to get your home’s exterior and interior ready for the weather changes in the spring.
Examine Your Exterior
Winter can do some severe harm to the exterior of your home. Get ahead of any damage and inspect your roof, gutters, HVAC unit, and chimney. Check for any broken shingles on your roof, any leaks in your gutter, and any physical damage to your HVAC system. Many people wait and start calling contractors in the spring to fix any damage, but if you catch it early, you can avoid further damage to the exterior of your home.
Schedule Preventative Maintenance
It’s important to get preventative maintenance on your HVAC unit before you start cranking up your air conditioner. Spring is a busy time for HVAC contractors, which means now is the time to schedule your preventative maintenance. By scheduling your appointment now, you don’t have to worry about trying to get an appointment before the heat hits. Preventative maintenance helps to make sure your HVAC system is running efficiently and it is ready to take on the summer.
Change the Interior for Spring
Once you start to see the weather changing, get the interior ready for spring. Replace your heavy curtains for lighter curtains that let in the sun. Change your ceiling fans from the winter mode back to summer mode. Start preparing for spring cleaning, and make sure you deep clean your home after it’s been sealed up so tight during the winter. Although you don’t want to start too early, you do want to make sure you’re ready to transition as soon as the weather changes.
It’s not too early to schedule preventative maintenance for your unit. Call Sullivan Heating and Cooling at (610) 810-3992 to speak to an experienced professional today.
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