Fall is a great time to do some maintenance work with your windows. Inspect all your screens, both your window screens and vent screens to your attic or crawlspace. Repair any tears or bent frames. To wash your screens, lay them on a picnic table or saw horses and scrub with a soft brush and mild detergent. Make sure they are completely dry before replacing.
Check caulk and weather stripping around all your windows and doors for damage and wear. Replace any material that is no longer blocking air. With winter approaching, you don’t want any heat loss through your windows.
Maybe once you start doing some window maintenance, you come across a window that needs complete replacement. Don’t sweat it, the Honey Do Service, Inc. has got you covered! If you find that you don’t have time for your window maintenance or the job is just too big for your schedule, don’t hesitate to call your local Honey Do Service, Inc. and request one of our experienced craftsmen to help! Visit honeydoservice.net to locate the Honey Do Service, Inc. nearest to your home.