Prepping Your Home for Fall

Fall is just around the corner, so now is a great time to prepare your house for cooler weather. A smart thing to do first is to create a checklist of things around your house that need repair or some kind of improvement. Reese Services recommends that you take the following steps to ensure that your home will be ready for the upcoming season:

    • Take the time to clean and remove debris from gutters.
    • Replace or install storm windows or doors.
    • Make all needed roof repairs.
    • Add insulation to your attic or crawlspaces.
    • Schedule HVAC maintenance.

home_fall.jpgRegular roof inspections allow you to monitor your roof for damage in order to prevent leaks and water damage. The shingles on a roof are bound to become damaged over time due to constant exposure to the elements. However, these problems can turn much more serious during the winter. It is best to have your roof inspected before winter because harsh weather will only compound any problems your roof may already have.  Reese Contractors can install windows/doors and new roofing for your home.  Our company can give you a quote today.

Reese Services can install or replace your current insulation with spray foam insulation. Spray foam insulation is the newest method of insulating attics and building structures in place of fiberglass. The foam material is made of a two-component mixture of isocyanate and polyol resin. It is easily applied with a spray gun and forms a foam that expands as it is sprayed onto surfaces. 

Whether you have a furnace or a heat pump, it’s a good idea to make sure everything will run smoothly this fall when the temperatures drop. Get your furnace inspected and make sure to regularly change the filters on your furnace throughout the fall and winter. Being proactive in the upkeep of your heating system will help keep energy costs down. Contact Reese Services to sign up for a maintenance agreement and keep your HVAC running efficiently with routine checkups and repairs. Our technicians can spot small repairs before they become big problems.