Highlands NC Homes, Start Thinking About Fall Maintenance

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Highlands NC Homes, Start Thinking About Fall Maintenance

Highlands NC homes

Meadows Mountain Realty, Highlands NC real estate

Owners of Highlands NC homes know that now is the time to start thinking about Fall maintenance. While there is no steadfast rule about when to get these chores done, it is a good idea to take care of everything before the first frost. Putting things to bed and preparing for winter will help in the springtime. These fall chores can be tackled on your own or completed by a professional. Taking care of a Highlands NC home equates to looking after your investment.

Outside fall chores:

  • Aerate the lawn
  • Prune bushes, shrubs, and trees
  • Fertilize the grass
  • Blow out the irrigation system
  • Plant bulbs for spring flowers
  • Put tools and equipment away
  • Clear the gutters
  • Inspect the chimney, clean if necessary
  • Check the HVAC
  • Check to see that windows shut properly

Seasonal maintenance is important

Taking care of a Highlands NC property is a big part of home ownership. Many of the fall chores have to do with the landscape and exterior. These are important because winter can be harsh. When the gutters are full of leaves, for example, snow will be slower to melt and flow through the gutters and can build up. When gutters fill up they can freeze and often cause ice damps when temperatures drop. As a result, clearing them is an important fall chore. But, each item on the list holds importance and the above is only a sample, not necessarily inclusive.

Learn more about Highlands NC homes

Contact our team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Meadows Mountain Realty today to learn more about Highlands NC real estate. We welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while answering all of your buying and selling questions. Let our knowledge and experience serve as your guide to Highlands NC homes.

Click here to read “5 Fall Home Maintenance Items To Check Off Now Before The Cold Kicks In” from Realty Times.