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As a homeowner, spring can usually bring you a sigh of relief. The cold weather is on its way out taking the snow with it. You won’t have to keep the heat on around-the-clock and may even start to crack a window or two.
Besides starting on the spring cleaning, garden preparations and grilling fantasies, what else should you be doing to make sure your home is ready for spring?
Throughout the entire year, you pay special attention to anything in your home that might be out of place or not working properly. Unfortunately, there are some things that are more difficult to notice than others.
A leaking furnace is one such problem since you’re probably not spending too much time around it. However, if you do happen to notice liquid around your furnace, it’s time to get it checked out since there are several potential causes.
During the winter when you just want to stay comfortable and warm, your home’s heat can actually be constantly escaping. Not only does this result in discomfort, but it can also be costing you significantly more each month on your utility bills.
As we move towards the height of winter here in the Shenandoah Valley region, you may be finding that it’s starting to get more difficult to stay warm at home. So what can you do to make this winter more comfortable and cozy? Use these five tips as ideas to increase home comfort:
With the new year right around the corner, you’re probably already thinking about some resolutions you’d finally like to keep. Some of them may revolve around your health, like eating nourishing foods or heading to the gym regularly, while others may be related to your finances. Perhaps you’re looking to save up for that vacation you’ve been dreaming about or finally paying off some debt!
With the holiday season and cooler weather quickly approaching the Shenandoah Valley, you need to ensure your home is ready. You may have guests that will be coming to visit or you may be leaving your home empty for a few days while you go away. Either way, your home needs to get prepared in order to guarantee you have a safe, healthy and comfortable winter.
The first days of fall are always an indication of the winter weather that is sure to come! Properly winterizing your home can make all the difference in the world for a warm, cozy winter. Not sure where to start?! Follow Excel's maintenance checklist and your home will be ready to go for the colder season approaching.
As the leaves begin to change color, there is certainly a crispness to the air here in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Now is the perfect time to focus on getting your home prepared for winter. Preventing discomfort can be accomplished through preventative measures in the fall.
If you’re not sure where to start with getting your home ready for winter, focus on the following to be prepared and boost your home’s efficiency, comfort and health during the colder months:
With summer in full force here in Harrisonburg, Virginia, your air conditioner has probably been working nonstop. But just like you can’t stay in peak health without an occasional check-up at your doctor’s office, your AC needs to be evaluated to ensure it is healthy and stays that way for quite some time. If you’re concerned about your air conditioner’s ability to cool your home, you should schedule air conditioning service.
With warm humid summers, many Shenandoah Valley homeowners have high air conditioning bills. There are, however, many simple energy efficiency strategies that can have a big impact on your summer electricity bills!