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Preparing Your Home for Fall

It is my favorite time of year. I have to admit that I say that in the spring as well. We have had a busy summer, having just moved into a 'new-to-us' home on Lake Lanier that we renovated top to bottom. That's another blog altogether.

I like checklists. As a pilot, checklists keep us safe and alive. As a homeowner, checklists can keep your home in tip-top shape. Here are four fall home projects:

1) Reverse your ceiling fans. Reverse your fans so that the blades will send air upward to disrupt the warm air that collects at the ceiling. This quick reversal will then disperse that warm air downward. It's especially important to do this if you have high ceilings or if the room has a fireplace or stove.

2) Seal air leaks.  It can get cold in Northeast Georgia. Consider a home energy audit to evaluate measures you can take to make your home more energy efficient. Just replacing damaged weather stripping and cracked caulking can help to save you a significant amount of money ov…

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