This winter has been a brutal one, make sure that your home is ready for what spring has in store for it. 

Winter has come and has paved the way for spring. The season filled with greenery, showers, and blossoming flowers–it truly is a beautiful holiday. But what may seem like a nice break from winter can actually be detrimental to your home, that is, if it is not prepared for the new season. Here are a few tips on how you can get your home ready for spring.

How to get your home ready for spring

Unclog Your Gutters 

Your gutters funnel rainwater down and away from the foundation of your home. They can, unfortunately, get filled with leaves, twigs, seeds, fur, feathers, and litter, which can clog your gutters and cause them to overflow and spill into your home. Make sure that your gutter spouts are clear of any and all debris.

Inspect Your Roof

After every storm, you need to inspect your roof for any cracked, curled, or missing shingles. Each shingle works as one organism which helps direct water into your gutters. If one is damaged, it could ruin your entire roof.

Weatherstrip Windows & Doors

Weatherstripping is a very easy process that just about anyone can do. It seals the outer edges of your windows and doors which keep the water out and the cool air in. You can get weatherstrips at your local hardware store.

When it comes to protecting your home, spring-prep can only take you so far. Quality homeowners insurance can protect you from all covered damages. For all of your insurance coverage needs, contact the insurance experts at Scavone Insurance Agency Center LLC in White Plains, New York. We will work with you to make sure you have the coverage you need to protect you from any perils. 

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