Tips from Toby Winter Home Prep
The colder nights are here and that means it time to get your plants, furnace and home Winter ready. From garage door maintenance to unscrewing that hose so you don't have a broken pipe and flood on your hands! Check out this week's tip from Toby to check off these ease Winter Prep items off the list and keep everything running great!
Winterize Your Car Now!
Winter, ice and snow are just around the corner. Is your car ready? Are you ready? Don't think this won't be the year you need a jump start in a snowstorm or worse, get stranded some place.
Watch the quick tip now and check this off your list. It could save you a few headaches and a possibly a whole lot more!
Winter Clean Up
You've finally cleared that driveway, it's freezing outside and it's going to stay this way for a while - unfortunately you're not done yet! There are some easy items to check off your list to keep your home or you from serious damage. Check out our weekly tip now and make sure you don't let this snow and ice do a ton of damage to your home over the next couple of weeks
Driveways are destroyed every year when we start tossing down the ice melters. There are brands on the market that will keep you from doing damage to your concrete, pets, and home. Snow blowers are more popular than ever, we show you the right way to choose. Finally, this is the number one time of the year for back injuries - or even worse, heart attacks from being too aggressive with your shoveling muscles! Avoid hurting yourself with some easy steps.
Snow & Ice Damage
It's been one of the biggest snowstorms in many years and while many of us have cleaned off our driveways and walks the true damage to our homes is just beginning. As the snow melts it can cause ice dams that tear gutters right off the house or flood water back into your home. Shrubs and trees are under stress from the weight of the snow and that ice melter might be cracking your drive and walkways. In this weeks tip we show you the easy things you can do to keep serious damage at bay as the foot of snow and drifts begin to melt.