The Importance of Winterizing Your Home

The Importance of Winterizing Your Home

Don’t let winter catch you off-guard. Cold weather has the power to cause significant damage and raise energy costs. Is your home ready for winter? Do you really want to risk going without heat or have your pipes burst in the middle of winter? Learn how prepping your home for winter can help protect your home from damage and actually save you money this cold season.

Winter Prep for Your Home

Before it begins getting cold, it’s important to inspect your entire home for potential areas of improvement. You will want to look for small cracks in your heating systems venting and un-insulated pipes that may cause a much bigger problem.

It will also be worth checking each window to make sure there is no draft coming through. If you are finding cold air entering your home, it may be worth getting professional help.

The Winter Prep Checklist

  • Replace an old thermostat with a new thermostat.
  • Have your furnace & water heater serviced to help prevent breakdowns and operate as efficiently as possible.
  • Replace batteries in carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.
  • Disconnect garden hoses. Make sure gutters and outdoors drains are clear.

What CPI Can Do For You

At CPI, we know precisely what to look for when it comes to winterizing your home's plumbing & heating system. We will do a full inspection of your plumbing & heating system. We will inform you of any areas that need to be addressed and improvements that can be made. This may include additional insulation for ducting, insulating exposed water lines, replacing old thermostats and more.

Conserve with CPI

With the first frost coming, it could be a burden to worry about winterizing your home. Don't cry, call CPI to schedule an appointment today!


Don't Cry. Call CPI!

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