Are you hot? The 1st day of summer is June 21st, so it’s time to start summerizing your home. (Is that a word?) There’s a lot you can do to keep your family cool without spending too much money. Continue reading →
It’s fall in Colorado Springs. Snow is falling, and temperatures are plummeting. We want to keep those pipes from freezing. If you have a sprinkler system, it’s time to blow it out, so icing over doesn’t burst those pipes. Continue reading →
When the hail started dropping in Southern Colorado this morning about 1 AM, one man thought Ft. Carson was out performing war games. Another reported that the hail sounded like baseballs hitting the roof, and woke her up immediately. Continue reading →
It’s summer, Colorado. I love the smell of sprinklers in the morning! Green lawns are soft underfoot, are a great place for children to play, and make summer memories for your family. But as with everything in life, good things take some work. Continue reading →
7 Steps to Winterizing Your Colorado Home
There’s a nip in the air, what I like to call football weather. The first real freeze is just around the corner, so this is the right time to winterize your home. A little effort and a few dollars now can protect your home and save you money on utility bills this winter. Here are 7 steps to winterizing your Colorado home.
Winter is in the air. Therefore, so is the first winter freeze. It is critical for the maintenance and well being of your home or rental, to have your sprinkler systems properly winterized. Continue reading →