19 Tips to Maintain Your Home in Winter


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People spend 90 percent of their time indoors during the winter, so the tackle tasks on this checklist ensure healthy air and water quality throughout this period. The 4 Seasons of Home Ownership is a curated collection of how-to videos, articles, and tips to keep your home running smoothly all year long. This winter checklist (which applies to seasonal housework from late December through late March) also focuses on making sure you and your home are prepared in the event of severe winter weather. Keep it running efficiently this winter Winter checklist Here are 10 things you must do during the winter. That’s why we pushed them to the top of our checklist. Change heating system filters, clean kitchen hood filter, cleaning all baseboard heaters, changing water filters and ice maker in refrigerator, careful cleaning and oiling and preparing snow blower for winter, collecting tools and supplies for removing ice from driveways and walkways, checking washing machine hoses for leakage or damage. Replace them if necessary, insulate exposed water lines and hose bibs, set ceiling fans to turn clockwise to circulate warm air, set up portable or backup generators, add a winter survival kit to your car for driving in severe weather, if time and budget allow, add these Things to your checklist for the winter season. Think of these as nice things and, if done, make everyone in your home happy. Organizing holiday decorations before stocking up will make next year’s decorating a lot smoother, and finally, if you’re feeling ambitious, here are some other things you can add to your winter to-do list. They’ll keep your home in good condition and ready for the holidays next year. Further reading: Winter Previous article 10 Home Improvements You Should Tackle With This Summer


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