Wright-Patt Realty knows the holiday season is the perfect time to light the fireplace for warmth and a glowing ambiance. This delightful tradition has some risks that can be minimized if you follow a few commonsense practices.
Our REALTORS® have compiled a list of 8 tips for keeping your home safe while enjoying your fireplace:
Ohio can get pretty chilly this time of year. Icy winds and sub-zero temperatures can easily foil your plans to tour Beavercreek homes for sale. You'd probably rather go home and stay out of the winter weather. That's a great idea. And if your home needs a little work to make it a bit more warm and cozy, there are plenty of projects to keep you busy. Most of them don't require you to go outside.
Our REALTORS® live and work in the Beavercreek area. We love Ohio, but we also appreciate the warmth of home. If you want to keep busy and stay warm, check out our 5 Home Improvement Projects to Warm Up Your Ohio Home.
Snow storms are simply a fact of life in an Ohio winter, and it's important to be ready for them! Even if you aren't in one of the major snow zones around Ohio, it's always a good idea to be ready in advance for whatever the season might throw at you. The sooner you get prepared, the easier it'll be to adapt if a big storm seems to roll up out of nowhere.
Let's look at some of the best ways to "winterize" your home for a storm:
If you're looking for a home in Beavercreek, safety and security will be high on your priority list. Our Midwestern neighborhoods are family-friendly and low on crime, so you've come to the right place. However, no matter where you live, an unoccupied home is always going to come with some safety risks. When you're away on vacation, it's important to know how to minimize these risks.