Always remember to winterize the house before the winter

It’s pretty nice to kick back this weekend.

Not only is that because every one of us just enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving feast, but I’m also done with the Wintertime preparations.

I constantly work to zero in on Thanksgiving as the sort of deadline to have all our Wintertime prep finished. So this weekend, I’m celebrating that fact by enjoying a good amount of leftovers while getting our first all afternoon pigskin Saturday. For the last few weeks, much of our Saturdays have been given over to getting the residence plus the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C machine ready for Wintertime. This is a routine that I do each year plus it essentially starts in the warm season. This is when I chop wood plus section it up so it can completely dry out. Then I spend the late warm season plus most of fall splitting plus stacking the wood. We have an unbelievable gas furnace that generates all the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C heating we truly need. But having the wood stove totally reduces the cost of Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C heating during our long, frosty nippy season. Plus, the wood stove is there if there is a power outage due to a sizable snow storm which you can count on at least once per year. In there, I also have the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C machine contractor come out to do the heating repair. This ensures that the gas heating machine is at its most efficient plus lessens the odds that we suffer a breakdown considerably. The capper, which I was able to get done last weekend, is securing that molded plastic cover over the air conditioner cabinet that happens to be outside. This is the last touch to our Winter season preparations plus keeps the weight of snow plus ice off the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C machine components.
Ductless mini split