Spring is officially here so we put together a list of 5 things you can do to get your home ready for the coming months.
The summer months are coming and before you know it you’re going to want to throw a pool party. Now is a great time to get ahead of any issues you might have with your pool system. Over time the system might need to get recalibrated, or it might need some replacement parts. Taking care of this now will let you get your pool ready for when you’re finally ready to tip your toes in.
Having your pool safety systems up to date and in working order is incredibly important. This can help your family and any neighbors from running into an issue by falling in when you’re not around. Just like your pool equipment, over time the system can degrade and need some service to make sure things like sensors are in proper working order.
Filters and the AC System
Take a moment to replace or rinse out all the filters in your house. This is something you want to do regularly but now is a great time with all the pollen in the air that might get trapped in your HVAC system. With that in mind, now is a great time to explore any potential upgrades you might want to make to your AC system. This is the time of year when many HVAC systems are not as busy, and it will allow you to get your system up and running before we have the hottest days of Summer when everyone else is trying to find some relief.
Now is a great time to get your garden ready for the second half of Spring and Summer. Sprinkling your plants and flowers with some extra nutrients will have them in full bloom and make your garden look beautiful in the coming months. So, add a little bit of extra nutrients to your water pail and get ready for your yard to shine!
Clean your drains
It is a good practice to make sure that your drains are working and free of debris. While you’re doing your Spring cleaning, take a little time to put some Drano down your sinks to make sure they are free from any clogs. Things like hair can accumulate over time and cause your drains to get stopped up and eventually clog. If you want to use something less harsh, you can use baking soda and white vinegar, which will have similar results.