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It's Cold Outside


I love the changes that Fall brings! The air is crisp, the leaves are changing colors, and the temperature is cool but not unbearable. Fall is also a reminder to make sure that our elderly loved ones are prepared for the cool seasons.

Here are a few tips to make sure their homes are ready to face the changes of the seasons.




  1. Clear out gutters and drainpipes of debris and trash

  2. Clean fireplace and chimney

  3. Check the heating system

  4. Store air conditioners if it's not sealed properly

  5. Check for drafts

  6. Put storm windows

  7. Ready the water heater

Keep an eye out for your elderly neighbor to make sure they are safe and warm this season.

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