Slide 1: Check for Damages

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To avoid facing any last minute obstacles, a few weeks prior to leaving, start evaluating the condition of the property. Examine the exterior closely, checking the foundation, siding and trim for cracks and crevices. After inspecting the entire home for damages, from top to bottom, inside and out, arrange to have repairs made.

Related:  9 Ways to Reduce Exterior Home Maintenance—for GOOD (Almost)!


7 Keys for Shuttering Your Summer Home

By the beginning of fall, once the warm weather comes to end, second-homeowners around the country begin the process of closing up their summer abodes. When leaving your vacation home for any extended length of time, it’s important to winterize the property to help ensure that it’s in great shape upon your return. Before departing for the season, there are a few essential things you can do to help protect your house through the cold months ahead.

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