• Any Interior Painting should be strongly considered… low humidity, windows can be opened, fresh air, faster drying time
  • Time to recaulk the bathtub… at the floor and tub/tile junction… use a tool to remove the caulk, not a screwdriver or razor blade
  • Are you doing the gradual change out of incandescent light bulbs to the clf bulbs? In Europe they are phasing out incandescent light bulbs
  • Look around the interior for slip, trip, or fall hazards; loose carpeting, loose handrails, step stool (is it wobbly?), is it time for a night light?
  • Once again, replace the batteries in your smoke alarms
  • Clean out the dryer duct that goes from the dryer to the outside (a really BIG fire hazard)
  • Fertilizer, overseed, grub control can and should be applied now
  • Might as well run the furnace now before there is an onslaught of service call to your HVAC company
  • Did you ever peek to see how much insulation is in your attic? Money (heating and cooling dollars) go through the ceilings and into your attic, not a good place for money to go.
  • Are you prepared for the inevitable ice dams this winter… do you need more insulation or additional ventilation? What about de-icers and roof rakes, got ’em?