The 3 Things To Do To Get Your House Ready For Summer


As the winter draws to an end, it is time to think about what happens next. The snow will melt, the weather will change and there will be new problems that come up as a result. This means that you have to start planning on how to deal with these challenges. Getting the home ready for summer is as important as when you got it ready for fall or winter.

Your house will need a few updates and things set up so you can be sure that the warmer season doesn’t pose any problems that will be harder to deal with later. In this article, we will go over the ways that you can get your home ready for summer.

1 – Spring cleaning

Everybody knows that once you can open the windows up and get fresh air in the house it is time to do a deep spring cleaning. The problem is that many don’t know what that should encompass. There are a lot of things that have surely built up over the winter that now need to be cleaned properly.

Your best bet is to hire a regular cleaning service and have them come once a week for a few weeks and give the house a proper scrub down. They will clean the carpets professionally, the upholstery and get every bit of grease and grime out of the kitchen. You can certainly do this on your own by renting a steam cleaner, however.

2 – Check the air conditioner

The worst is when the hot weather hits and you suddenly realize the hard way that your air conditioner is not working. At that point getting a technician to come fix it is difficult since many others are having the same problem.

It is a good idea to check that the conditioner is working properly long before the heat sets in. you should also change the filters or clean them up depending on the type that you have.

If you are using window box style air conditioners then this is a good time to upgrade and get a central system since those rarely work well. Temperatures are going up every year so it makes sense to have a system that runs efficiently and more effectively.

3 – Check the drains

Over the winter you were using a lot more water from inside the house than you will in the summer. This means that you could have some drainage issues. When it starts raining you could end up having some leaks in hot tubs, or drain issues.

It’s a good idea to check that your drains are all working properly and repair what needs it. If you have a septic system then hopefully you were only flushing septic safe toilet paper down the toilet and it isn’t too full. However, it is a good time to check if it needs to be pumped out before you have to do it when you are spending more time outside.

Sandy Jensen
Sandy Jensen, a celebrated writer in the home and garden niche, boasts over 12 years of hands-on experience. Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University. Before joining our team in 2016, she worked as a landscape designer, combining her love for nature and design. Sandy's expertise shines through her articles, offering readers practical and aesthetically pleasing gardening tips. Off the clock, she enjoys hiking and nature photography, further nurturing her connection with the outdoors.

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