Get Ready for Fall by Taking Care of These Outdoor Maintenance Tasks

How to get your home’s outdoor spaces ready for fall.

With temperatures dropping and leaves falling, it’s officially time to get your home ready for fall.  One area that homeowners tend to overlook is their outdoor spaces.  Here are some of the maintenance tasks that you should take care of to get your home’s outdoor spaces ready for fall.

  • Close Your Pool

Now that temperatures are dropping, it’s time to close your pool until warm weather returns.  Before closing up your pool, you need to clean it thoroughly and remove any toys, debris, and equipment.  You should also check your pool water to ensure that all your chemical levels are properly balanced.  Finally, you need to install a pool cover that is specifically designed to handle harsh fall and winter weather conditions.  If you have not closed your pool before, it can be a difficult and complicated process.  In many cases, it’s best to hire a professional to handle this task.  Make an appointment now to ensure that your pool is protected and secured before bad weather hits.

  • Clean Up Your Barbecue

With warm summer nights coming to an end, you probably won’t be barbecuing as much.  Now is the perfect time to give your grill a thorough cleaning and store it away, so it is not exposed to the elements.  Consider investing in a grill cover to add an extra layer of protection from harsh fall weather.

  • Store Outdoor Furniture

If you live in an area prone to wet fall weather, then you may want to pack up your outdoor furniture until spring.  By keeping your furniture in a safe location where it will not be exposed to the elements, you can keep it in better condition and improve its longevity.

These are some of the steps that you should take to get your home’s outdoor spaces ready for fall.  Want another way to take care of your home and property?  If so, then contact the experts at The Reardon Agency.  Our dedicated team is eager to assist you with all your coverage needs today.

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