Preparing Your Home For Summer

It’s June and summer is already here! But before you can enjoy some fun in the sun, there are a few things to take care of at home to get your home ready.

Here are 7 ways in preparing your home for summer.

1. Get your air conditioner ready

Cleaning your AC unit and having any necessary service will help it work at its best and highest efficiency. Get your air conditioner for summer by cleaning it. Shut itr off, and clear away leaves and yard debris outside. Inside, clean or replace filters. Dust the fan blades if you can do so safely. Make sure air can flow freely over the inside and outside coils. It is a good idea to call a professional HVAC company to inspect your unit early in the summer.

getting your home ready for summer2. Change your filters

In our warmer Southern California climate, we are on a constant search for ways to keep electric bills down. Clean, new filters work more efficiently, which can help keep cooling costs lower. It’s also good to check the door and windows for any areas that need to be sealed up. The right amount of insulation will help keep cold air in and warm air out.

3. Change the filter in your fridge too

It is also a good time to check the water filter in your refrigerator. If it’s more than 6 months old, get a new one so all that lemonade you make on sunny summer days tastes as fresh as possible.

4. Clean out your freezer

Do you really know what is in the back of your freezer? Throw out anything that’s been in there getting your home ready for summerover a year. With the extra freezer capacity, you can be stocked up on a summer supply of ice cream and popsicles.

5. Adjust your sprinklers

Your grass may need to be watered more frequently during the summer. Or perhaps we are under watering restrictions because of drought conditions. Either way, it’s time to look at the automatic sprinkler control. You don’t want to be the only house on your block with brown grass. And you don’t want to get in trouble by the water police either!

6. Change your bedding

Still sleeping with flannel sheets and a heavy-duty down comforter? It’s time to strip it down. Temperature-regulating sheets may help keep you cooler at night, which means you may be able to turn your thermostat up and save yourself money on energy bills.

7. Check the perimeter

Give the outside of your home a summer check-up by walking the perimeter of your home and property line and noting anything that needs attention. Do your outside lights need new bulbs? Any broken sprinklers? Are the gutters clogged? Have the roof flashings, caulking, and shingles inspected to ensure there are no leaks.

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