Here is your Fall Home Checklist: *Inspect gutters and downspouts *Inspect your roof and repair any damage *Repair damaged sidewalks, driveways and steps *After the final use for the season, drain and winterize outdoor faucets and put hoses away *Seal cracks and gaps around windows and doors *Replace or clean furnace filters *Have a professional inspect your heating system *Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to make sure they are working properly *Make sure your fire extinguisher is “In date” *Review home emergency escape plans with your family. Taking care of these tasks now can make a big difference for you, your family and your home, you can make it a weekend family project. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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