This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.
With summer now gone and Fall officially here, we wanted to start looking into how to prepare our home for the change in temperatures. Especially, since Winter is right around the corner.
When HomeAdvisor contacted me and asked us to complete a Fall Maintenance task using their website, I was all for it. HomeAdvisor is a easy-to-use site with their customers in mind.
Here's how it works: you go to their site, look up what service you need for your home, and they supply you with local companies you can work with, who then contact you to give you a quote and a day to schedule the appointment. That's it! I was very happy with the service and how fast the company that we chose followed up with us! They had a lot of great reviews on HomeAdvisor so I felt comfortable going with them.
Are you wondering what the Fall Maintenance Tips they suggest are?
- Winterize your sprinkler
- Clean gutters and downspouts
- Service your furnace
- Get weather stripping installed
- Have your chimney cleaned
Since we pay HOA fees that cover outside maintenance, it made sense for us to have our furnace serviced by a local professional. When researching how much it would cost around, we used HomeAdvisor's Cost Guide to get an idea of what we should expect. It was very simple, I entered in my state and it showed us that the average price was $347.
Next week, I will share my overall experience of working with the company and the project that we had done on our home!