Prepping for Winter in Lexington, Mass.
Snow in November and temperatures in the teens on Thanksgiving morning remind us that winter comes early some years. Do not let the early storms deter you from taking proper measures to protect your home this year.
Prepping for Winter in Lexington, MA
Clear Your Gutters
The first snow fell before all the leaves were off the trees. Since then, several rainy weekends have discouraged outdoor chores.
Be sure to get all of the leaves and other debris out of your gutters before Lexington is gripped by frigid temperatures that freeze your gutters solid.
Prevent Burst Pipes
Take care now to prevent pipes from bursting in your home this winter. Turn off the water to outside faucets and plan to keep your home adequately heated throughout the season.
Make a Ready Plan
When you make a Ready Plan with our free app, you will have critical building information at your fingertips that can help you respond effectively in the case of a building emergency.
As we are so often reminded, failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Look for Neighborhood Hazards
Buried hydrants and blocked storm drains put your home at risk in the event of fire or flood. Help the Lexington Fire Dept. and DPW stay on top of problems by keeping these critical systems clear and easily accessible.
Call SERVPRO for Restoration
When all else fails and you need a trusted partner to restore your building, call SERVPRO of Lexington-Bedford. We are available 24/7, rain or shine to help you get your life back as soon as possible.