Top 5 Tips for Winterizing Your Home
We are officially in the fall season, and that of course means the temperature is getting cooler. When outside start becoming chilling, you want to make sure your inside be nice and toasty and warm.It is important to begin preparing for the sometimes harsh winters. To help get you started, here are five tips for winterizing your home.
Draining the Pipes
Our team will first make sure that all of the pipes in your home are drain. If there is is an area where there are a little amount of water, this is when we would use anti-freeze. The antifreeze will help shield the area where water can enter. The anti-freeze will be used to put in your toilet tanks, tubs, and sink drains.
Have a team of professionals insulate your pipes. When your pipes are insulated, that will keep your pipes from becoming too cold. This will allow your pipe from not freezing. We will ensure that your pipes are perfectly clean before we go through the insulation process. Our employees will make sure that the pipe is well cover with the insulation. We would make sure that everything look correct, and that everything is fastened securely.
The Outside also Matters
You may think that winterizing your home would only include the inside of your house, but the outside of your house needs to be taking care of as well. If your have a home that is equipped with an outdoor pool or jacuzzi, we will complete the insulation process for those pipes too.Removing garden hoses also helps.
Seal Everything Tight
We have a staff that have good eyes and can spot every hole and crack. We want to make sure that every crack and holes are sealed tightly so that no access air will enter into your home.
Prepare Sooner Rather Than Later
Our team will leave nothing behind. We will make it our mission that your gutters are unclogged and clean to perfection. A working gutter is critical when winterizing your home; You want to ensure that your water in flowing like it suppose to be.
We are only now just beginning the cold season. You will want to get this process started before the temperature really gets cold. You do not wish to go through the headache of having frozen pipes and a cold home. So there you have it. These are our five tips for winterizing your home.
Winter is nearly here! To get the best advice on winterizing your Sacramento, CA home, call VanGo Rooter at (415) 755-7405 today.