Plans Available for The Holidays!
Here at Southern Front Door, we take pride in providing our guests with the best
deals at an affordable price. Now until the end of the year, we are offering our clients financing options, including 18 months no interest if paid within the 18-month term. You can finance your front door, back door, and side garage project now for 0% interest. Contact one of our sales associates at (281) 890-5860 to learn more information!
Preparing Your Home For Winter
With colder temperatures approaching, now is a wonderful time for preparing your home for winter. No matter if you live here in Houston, TX, New York, Washington, or Maine, there are specific tasks that must be fulfilled, such as cleaning your wrought iron doors.
For instance, in a warmer state, where the temperatures have been high all summer long, the fall is a wonderful time to take care of pressure washing the patio, deck, driveway, or siding. In other states where it snows, the fall is your last chance to prepare for winter’s arrival. Here are a few tips to help you get started on renewing your home for the new season.
Clean Any Wrought Iron Doors
Managing the appearance of your iron door is not too challenging to accomplish. Use a soft cloth with glass cleaner and wipe the glass panels if your door has them. If you notice any scratches where it is finished, ensure that you reseal these with matching paint to avoid rusting.
Place Covers on Your Gutters
If you do not want to clean leaves out of the gutter, it would save you the hassle if you cover them now. Therefore, make sure to clean them out first. Covers help prevent debris from getting into the gutters and clogging up downspouts.
Caulk Windows and Doors
Apply new caulking around your windows and doors so you prevent air leaks. The fall is the best time to take care of this as it is not too hot or too cold.
Replace HVAC and Furnace Filters
Dirty filters will cause your cooling and heating system to work harder and shorten its lifespan, therefore, ensure that you replace them seasonally.