Santa Claus is coming to town, and he better be paying the utility bills.
“As the mercury begins to fall and temperatures take a tumble, it’s a good time to start thinking about getting your home ready for the winter months. If you’re unsure where to start, here’s a handy checklist that can help you begin the process of making your home snug and cozy during the winter – and if you do so correctly, you may be able to save some money on costly winter heating bills.
By preparing your home for winter now, while it’s still relatively warm out, you’ll save yourself some hassle and headaches later on. After all, who wants to be racing around trying to get ready for winter when the first snow is in the forecast? Wouldn’t it be more appealing to spend the first snowfall of the season curled up next to a crackling fire with a good book?”
These next few months, particularly in Michigan, are going to be quite frosty and fierce, and you deserve a winter wonderland, rather than a snowed-in heap of winter heating bills. Here’s some tips from Coldwell banker Kristin Brown on how to keep the interior and exterior of your home safe from the wrath of Mother Nature.