The kids are back in school, the nights are getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about getting your home ready for fall and winter.
The DIY Network and Houzz have handy lists of fall maintenance tips to keep you warm this winter. The lists include outdoor activities such as inspecting your roof and cleaning gutters and indoor ones such as cleaning fire places and chimneys, replacing heater filters and checking smoke detectors. All great ideas.
We also think it’s also the perfect time of year to clean your electric wall heaters. Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to do that, or better yet, watch our technical support team walk you through the process.
Electric heaters or no, it’s also a good time to consider additional heating needs for the winter. Was there a room in your house that you wish was more comfortable? What about a chilly bathroom or cold basement addition? OK, you might not want to think about winter right now. I get it. But wouldn’t you like to be ready when the cold weather hits?
Over the next few months, will walk you through tips to take care of a cold room in your home. We’ll cover your heating options and their advantages, application stories, safety considerations and, of course, a few of our product options. We hope the information is useful whether you own our products or not. Have a question you’d like us to answer in the series? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check back each week for the next post in the series.