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Preparing for Cooler Temps
Posted on Oct 29th, 2019
Protect Your Pipes:
·         Drain water from outdoor faucets and sprinkler systems to keep those pipes from freezing.
·         Disconnect and store outdoor hoses; cover outdoor faucets with foam insulators.
·         Protect water pipes that run through unheated areas of your home with insulation, such as the attic or garage.
Check the Heat:
·         Change your furnace filter at the start of the season and then every two to four months. Filters get dirty much more quickly if your home is dusty or if you have furry or feathery pets. Clogged or dirty filters are less efficient, which means your home might not warm up properly.
·         Consider installing a programmable thermostat if you don't have one. Programming it to be cooler at night and when you're not at home will save you money, and you can program it to be warmer for when you return or get up on cold winter mornings.
Inspect the Fireplace and Chimney:
·         A professional chimney sweep can clean out soot and other debris that could catch fire. Keep your home's warm air from escaping out the chimney when you're not using it by keeping the flue closed all the way. You shouldn't be able to feel any cold air coming down the chimney.
Pets:
·         Pet owners should take special precautions with their animals during freezing temperatures. It’s best to keep all pets indoors.
·         Dogs that live outdoors should have a doghouse that’s elevated a few inches and has cedar shavings, straw or a blanket to trap body heat. Pets that spend time outdoors need more food because cold weather saps energy.
·         Cats will curl up against almost anything to stay warm, including car engines. Before you turn your engine on, check beneath the car or make plenty of noise by honking the horn.
Have Questions????
Posted on May 9th, 2014
Contact Aria Real Estate Group with any questions you may have about your neighborhood. We are available M-F, 8-5 at (405)701-8881 or you may email us at hoa@ariagroupok.com. We are here to help keep Berkeley a great place to live!
 
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