Walk into December with preparedness for the season in mind. Who says you can’t enjoy a safe holiday season? Between lighting your home for Christmas to preparing for a bright new year, there’s plenty to walk through in this winter coverland.
Now, this process isn’t going to look the same for everyone. Renovation is a deeply personal journey for every homeowner. Your process can, however, be streamlined with a structured plan of action.
Light Your Home for the Holidays
The magic of the holiday season is the perfect time to bring joy and wonder into your home, but what about the outdoors? Catch Christmas lightning in a bottle this winter with a spread of twinkly lights to brighten your block.
From string lights to dripping icicle embellishments, make your lighting scheme a statement of spectacle for the season. The lighting options don’t stop there. Consider going big this holiday season with illuminated light sculptures and floods to brighten your spirit.
Remedy Home Renovation Procrastination
There’s no better time to get those long gestating home reno projects underway and followed through on than just before the arrival of Christmas company. Remedy your home renovation procrastination with a foolproof process for getting the job done quickly, correctly, and efficiently.
What to Avoid When Preparing Your Home for Winter
Like home renovation, home prepping for winter is a process unique to each homeowner. When it comes to prepping your home however, forgo the frivolous tedium in favor of a task-specific checklist that will greatly expedite the process for any homeowner.
Get Durable Outdoor Protection for Your Patio
Your patio will do well in the winter with a little bit of extra protection. Give your year-round outdoor chairs a robust cover solution with custom covers in a variety of seasonal colors paired well with the decor you choose to celebrate with.
Style Your Outdoor Protection for the Holidays
With outdoor protection comes the possibility for a level of style. Get ready to jingle your bells and deck your halls with an outdoor spread that compliments the joy of Christmas and the Holiday season.
Green and red are obvious. What about white and gold? Technicolor is never in short supply during the holidays. Dress up your patio with cover protection embellished with personalized-to-print graphics that accentuate your backyard for Christmas. And when the season’s done? Store those pillow covers in storage bags before tarping over the patio with custom tarps until spring!
Maintain Your Roof for Winter
Up on the rooftop, click, click, click! It’s the sound of a nail gun making repairs for the winter. There’s NOTHING worse than a dilapidated roof going into the cold weather season. From the woes of leakage to it all coming crashing down when a limb drops on a weak point, winter roof maintenance is prudent in preparing and protecting your home.
Get Your Backyard Winter Ready
Your lawn can always use a spruce. You don’t have to be gunning for yard of the month to be honest about that fact. The last thing you want to do is rake leaves, trim trees, and collect debris in the worst of the weather to come.
Get it out of the way now with lawnscaping basics! Cut any grass you let go too long, take care of any noticeable problem areas, and consult with professionals if you feel it’s above your skill in the great outdoors. You’ll thank yourself when spring is sprung and you can focus on bringing your garden back to life.
Inspect Your Chimney
When it’s too cold for a fireside chat outdoors and you wrap up the season with your firepit cover, the last thing you want to do is go out in a blaze of glory this holiday season. That’s why it’s essential to give your chimney a little attention before Santa shimmies down.
Seasonal gunk can be the pits and is the most important thing to have cleared before you get the fire season started. If you’re unsure of how to proceed with this process, there’s no shame in having an expert inspect your flue and recommend a strategy.
Deal with Snow like a Pro!
It doesn’t matter if you’re dealing with a blizzard or snow that’s melted into an inch of ice, nature’s beautiful white blanket can also be the worst if you’re not sure how to manage. Don’t let the fear of getting frozen be detrimental to your home this holiday season. Being proactive is the approach to take when it comes to shoveling, salting/sanding, and withstanding the season ahead.
Get Your Home Winter Ready Before the New Year
Last minute prep can still be greatly beneficial to any home before the worst of winter arrives. Your best bet? Protecting problem areas with custom tarps. From insulated to simple sun and water protection, custom tarps are invaluable to getting ready for the start of the new year.
Get Your Garden Ready for 2022
Make 2022 the start of something new with a garden ready for planting, harvesting and withstanding the cold temperatures ahead. Till the soil, acclimate it to cold, dreary weather, and take to your computer to research what works best in cold weather. You don’t need a farmer’s almanac for a garden ready for spring harvest.
Enjoy a Dip in Your Jacuzzi
Pop the champagne and enjoy a dip in your jacuzzi. All you need to do? A few simple maintenance musts. From changing the filter to making certain that the jets are firing on all cylinders, enjoying your bubbly new year is just a few short to-dos away.